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River Deben – River User Survey results

River Deben from the air

The RDA undertook a web-based survey over two months from 26 February to 20 April 2012.  What we wanted to know was how people use the River Deben and what they like about the river and the area immediately around it, or what they would like to see changed.

There were 9 multiple choice questions, with opportunities to add free-text comment, and one open question.

We sent notices inviting people to undertake the survey – accessible through open pages on the RDA website – to 853 RDA members and to … Continue Reading

Felixstowe Ferry Flood Defences Vegetation Management

The Environment Agency will be carrying out work at Felixstowe Ferry to remove vegetation from the sea walls.  Planned work includes grass-cutting in March and later in the year removal of larger shrubs and trees.  Click the link to see detailed information and a map of the area involved FelixstoweFerryFactSheet copy

The Thin Blue Line – Felixstowe Ferry

Felixstowe Ferry residents have been advised by the Environment Agency’s Gary Warner that the blue line at the leading edge of the concrete wave wall between the Ferry and Clifflands Car Park has been applied to draw attention to the danger posed by the drop onto the beach. This is instead of fencing or signs and felt to be more environmentally acceptable.