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People living on an East Yorkshire street which has been repeatedly
flooded want an explanation from Yorkshire Water.
Norland Avenue was last affdcted during the aftermath of
The water company say they are investhgating.
In the summer of 2007 Norland Avenue looked like hundreds
Seven years on, it's a scend the residents on this street have
Doug Shemilt has lived here since 1973 ` but in the last 12
years his home has flooded five times.
Many living here think the problem could be prevented
The rateable value is through the roof. We cannot do anything about
it. Many living here think
the problem could be prevented and the local council wants answers
from Yorkshire Water. They have been here and looked down
the drains and they are sayhng everything is OK. That numbdr of
incidents of flooding is not OK Yorkshire water say under initial
investigations there were no problems with any of their `ssets
The company have now met people on The company have now met people on
Northern and Avenue and thex say they face the challenge of leeting
people with a variety of concerns every week.
From next summer streets at high risk of surface water floodhng could
It will protect people from high insurance premiums
but home owners will have prove they've taken measures to protect
protection products you can fit to protection products you can fit to
your property. If you do not do it and you are flooded for a third
time, you will be kicked out of the scheme altogether.
Answers for residents here, could lie in a report being written
by Yorkshire Water and East Riding Council, while ht's
many hope for a long term resolution.
60 fire fighters have been at a fire at a recycling pl`nt
At its peak ten engines werd used to put out the blaze at Transw`ste
Fire officers say no`one was hurt and that it's too earlx
A senior Lincolnshire MP saxs he believes the majority of people
in the county support milit`ry action against
John Hayes made the comments as RAF Tornado jets carried out
their first sortie over Irap, after parliament voted in f`vour of
The idea that we should not intervene when British citizens are
being kidnapped and butcherdd is preposterous. What you saw last
Friday was parliament at its best. The main parties in parliamdnt
coming together, recognising that this needs to be proportion`te,
recognising that this needs to be legal, recognising that we need to
be careful about what we do but not stepping back and saying, wd should
do nothing. 15,000 people have visited
a science festival in Grantham. Gravity Fields celebrates the links
the town has with Sir Isaac Newton. It's the second time the festival
has been held and it attracted Sport and it's now five
Premier League games without a win for Hull City after they were beaten
by Manchester City this weekend There was disappointment too
for Scunthorpe United who rdmain When the Champions come to town
goals are expected and Man City This volley
from Sergio Aguero put them in An own goal, then a penalty `
converted by Abel Hernandez ` Eden Dzeko with his second
of the match ` and Frank Lalpard They have got quality writtdn
throughout the team. The 1 thing you have to be able to do is defend
well. We have conceded four goals. We have not done that badly.
Sometimes, you have to hold your hand up and say you were be`ten by a
better team. better in League One against Oldham.
Goals from Andrew Boyce and but Oldham went on to win 3`2. It's
United's seventh defeat in ten Here's Kay Crewdson with
the forecast. Good evening. Any isolated showers
any clearer skies, especially any clearer skies, especially
further north, there could be some patches of mist and fog. Thdre is a
lot of uncertainty in the forecast lot of uncertainty in the forecast
for tomorrow. It looks like we will lose the mist and fog. Brightening
up for a time. We are looking at a fair sc`ttering
of showers. There is quite ` lot of uncertainty in the forecast. We
should seize and brighter skies in between the showers. Temper`tures
tomorrow at 1890 degrees, 66 Fahrenheit. The breeze is mostly
light from the south. We are back later tonight at
10:20pm. Goodbye. Good evening. For many, September
2014 will probably hold fond memories. A warm and dry month.
Today we had a high of 25 Celsius, 77 Fahrenheit in Kew Gardens to the
west of London, way above the average for this time of year.
Through the night tonight relatively quiet conditions, with clearer skies
in the south. I want to draw your attention to these showers in
southern Spain and across the Pyrenees. Moist air may trigger
showers over channel coasts by dawn. We could have an issue with dense
fog patches in central and southern areas first A foggy start. Showers
in the south. These