Member of Parliament for Redcar Constituency, Ian Swales MP, has arranged the second public meeting in Redcar for residents to be updated on the findings of Northumbrian Water and Redcar and Cleveland Council following the severe flooding experienced in September.
Ian met both parties recently and was assured that their draft report would soon be made available to the public. At the meeting this week, the main findings and a plan of action for the future will be discussed and the report should be made available following this.
Commenting Ian said:
"It's really important that we have a proper plan in place to ensure that there can be no repeat of the devastation caused on September 6.
"Although the report is long overdue, I hope the Council and Northumbrian Water will now be prepared to make strong commitments and provide the answers people need.
"I will certainly not give up campaigning on this issue until I'm satisfied that everything possible is being done to prevent future flooding."
Ian has written to all constituents who have made contact about the flooding to invite them to the meeting which will take place at Redcar Academy on Thursday 12th December at 6pm. All are welcome to attend.