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ABOUT FLEET FLOODING

This area has a long history of flooding and the long-suffering residents have had to put up with ever-increasing occurrences of flooding, both in their homes and gardens, as well as the local public roads.

To add to the misery of this situation, a large number of these incidents involves internal and external foul water (sewage) flooding, ruining properties, threatening health and making local people’s lives a misery.

In spite of all this, no definitive action has been taken. The local Thames Water pumping stations continue to fail and we, as a community, are left fighting to try and get someone to do something about this, not easy when you are just one person trying to take on might of a large company but hopefully a little easier with the local community standing together as one.

This website has been setup for you to air your views, share the images of the damage this is doing to your lives and to publicise once and for all, a problem that no one wants to claim responsibility for.

Thames Water state, “Sewer flooding is unacceptable and we treat all cases with the highest priority”. Sadly We have seem little proof of this. Time to make a change.

Latest Blog Posts…

DESPAIR OF RESIDENTS NEAR ‘OLD PUMPING STATION’

DESPAIR OF RESIDENTS NEAR ‘OLD PUMPING STATION’

Thank you for reading our blog post, please take a second to follow us and stay in touch below! Now defunct, ‘The Old Pumping Station’ in Hitches Lane, Fleet), has long... Read More »

TWENTY YEARS OF FLOODING IN CROOKHAM VILLAGE

TWENTY YEARS OF FLOODING IN CROOKHAM VILLAGE

Thank you for reading our blog post, please take a second to follow us and stay in touch below! The flooding issue in Fleet is varied and widespread, aggravated by a lack of pumpin... Read More »

PUBLIC NOT WELCOME AT LOCAL FLOOD MEETING
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PUBLIC NOT WELCOME AT LOCAL FLOOD MEETING

Thank you for reading our blog post, please take a second to follow us and stay in touch below! Following their last meeting in June 2013, Hart council will once again be playing h... Read More »


What You’re Saying…

Fleet residents have been treated very shoddily by a company that makes lots of money and is in a monopoly position – it’s about time Thames Water took some responsibility and showed some respect to the people who pay the bills.

Jeremy, Fleet
 

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