Ordinary watercourses: applying for consent for works

Pages in Ordinary watercourses: applying for consent for works

  1. Who do I get consent from?
  2. Why do I need consent?
  3. What type of work needs consent?
  1. Does the consent have a time limit?
  2. How do I apply?
  3. How do I pay?

What type of work needs consent?

Both permanent and temporary works affecting a watercourse may require consent. Temporary works could be the damming of a watercourse to allow permanent work such as the installation of a bridge.

Only certain types of work require consent. When considering if your works require consent, check if they would affect the flow of the watercourse when it is full to the top of the bank. If the flow of the watercourse, when it is full to the top of the bank, will be affected the work will need consent.

Our list of cross sections of consentable activities indicates what works may or may not require consent. If you are not sure if your proposals will need consent, then please contact us. If you wish to get advice if it is possible to carry out a scheme without the need for consent please contact us. Work can often be undertaken in more than one manner.

Flood Risk Management Officer

Email: [email protected]

Tel: 08085 834333

Whitley Depot
259 London Road
Coventry
CV3 4AR

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