Living with Water survey – Haltemprice (survey closing 31 January)

Living with Water Household Flooding Survey in Haltemprice, East Riding – closes 31 January

The Energy and Environment Institute in the University of Hull is surveying residents in Haltemprice (Cottingham North & South, Hessle, Tranby including Anlaby, Willerby and Kirk Ella). They are asking residents if they have been affected flooding, what they know about flooding and their main concerns. You don’t need to have been affected by flooding to take part and all responses are anonymous.

The aims of the survey are to help Living with Water (a partnership between Hull City Council, Yorkshire Water, the Environment Agency and East Riding of Yorkshire Council) to reduce the impacts of flooding and increase resilience.  The survey is a great way to feed in your experiences and views.

Here is the link to the survey:  https://hull.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/living-with-water-east-riding-haltemprice-surveyThe survey closes on 31st January (please don’t fill it in if you have completed it before Xmas – it is the same survey)

Any questions should be addressed to Sam Ramsden (Research Assistant – Living with Water, Energy and Environment Institute)  sam.ramsden@hull.ac.uk or 07887 364381.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council information on preparing for floods: 

www.eastriding.gov.uk/living/emergencies/preparing-for-emergencies/flooding/

 

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