River Hull dredging report
HULL: A new report says major dredging work along the River Hull would only have a limited impact on flood risk issues in the city.
Some city councillors believe the river requires more regular dredging.
But the report due to be discussed by environment scrutiny councillors next week says a full dredging programme in Hull could cost about £400,000.
An Environment Agency study published in 2010 concluded the river posed little flood risk in Hull.
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