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wheelaman123
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12/12/2015 : 16:41:47      reply with quote


Have just heard that Aldi is closing for fear of rising water, any one know any more..
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hillbilly
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14/12/2015 : 12:56:34      reply with quote


Open as normal today no damage to the store just the car park that had been flooded a bit accordging to the staff
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ginjo
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14/12/2015 : 13:37:37      reply with quote


I noticed that the escape route in the event of a flood, leads to a gate which is padlocked, how does that work then? It should never have been built, 1 less field to soak up water!
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Peter
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14/12/2015 : 13:40:53      reply with quote


The flood was not as high as in 2008.

From the debris left in the Aldi car park it looks like it came up enough to cover the parking spaces closest to Marsel House (there was a shallow pond between the car park and Marcel House).

It looked like the water also came up at the car park at the front of Habisit and then flowed over to run down the Aldi car park to fill the "new pond"

The Aldi planning application anticipated this happening and the landscaping was planned for the event - looks like it worked as planned.

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