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Bristol Water seeks planning permission for Cheddar reservoir

Bristol Water expects to submit a planning application tomorrow to Sedgemoor District Council for its proposed £100M project to build a second reservoir in Cheddar, Somerset. The reservoir, which is planned to be built near the existing one, is needed to meet future demand for water.

The reservoir will be located near the existing oneThe reservoir will be located near the existing one

A decision on the planning application is expected next spring.

The company has also produced a flythrough of the new reservoir, illustrating how it will look when complete.

Bristol Water said the proposed reservoir offers the most cost-effective solution that is deliverable in terms of environmental and geological considerations. The company revised its plans for the reservoir following a second public consultation in late summer. The changes included moving the site slightly south-east following concerns it was too close to the existing reservoir.


Author: Maureen Gaines, Editor, WET News Find on Google+
Topic: Water resources
Tags: planning , consultation , water , reservoir


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