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CEREDIGION COUNCIL WANTS MORE CASH FOR ANTI-FLOOD PLAN

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Ceredigion council needs an extra£1m to build a controversial anti- flooding scheme and carry out environmental wo...
Ceredigion council needs an extra £1m to build a controversial anti- flooding scheme and carry out environmental work to make it more presentable, reports the Western Mail (September 28, p7).

Finance chiefs say they have asked the Welsh Office for special permission to borrow the extra money as the original £1m cost will only cover the bare bones of an alleviation scheme for the Afon Mwldan, which would be little more than a concrete channel.

They are also making efforts to win funding from European and private cash for the scheme in Cardigan, where some 50 houses were flooded in the summer deluge, the Western Mail reports.
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