An official exchange of information took place in October 2016 that exposes points of interest and admits failures and doubts as to stopping flooding. Incredibly they are still relevant in 2021!
We talk often enough about flooding and drainage information that the public are being denied through the deliberate failure by officers to provide it. An example related to the Yew Tree Farm development area and doubts about knowledge of how the land drainage system will cope.
And much more about what WLBC, the EA, LCC, and UU should be doing about public awareness.
What difference would it make if councillors were aware of this type of discussion? Would they have second thoughts about approving developments? Where else would the people who have a technical expertise raise their concerns?