Flood defences worked as designed, sa...

Flood defences worked as designed, say Anglian Water

There are 1 comment on the Lutterworth Today story from Jul 30, 2013, titled Flood defences worked as designed, say Anglian Water. In it, Lutterworth Today reports that:

The storm tank underneath the Commons car park holds close to three million litres but it was filled to capacity in a little more than two hours as a month's worth or rain was dumped on the town.

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phil hold

Wellingborough, UK

#1 Aug 1, 2013
What Calculation are used to find the size of the storm tank needed?
will the storm tank be inadequate the more houses are built?
why are green roof not encouraged in Mkt Harborough as they help to hold back flash floods?

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