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Shelford Road, Radcliffe on Trent

Flood Risk Assessment and Drainage Strategy for William Davis

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Flood Risk Assessment and Drainage Strategy Shelford Road, Radcliffe on Trent Prepared By:

Tony Goddard BEng (Hons) CEng MICE Associate Director t.goddard@bsp-consulting.co.uk Checked By:

Matthew Viggars MEng (Hons) CEng MICE Chartered Civil Engineer m.viggars@bsp-consulting.co.uk

Revision: - A Contents Executive Summary 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 Introduction Background Information Flood Risk Assessment and Drainage Strategy Recommendations Detailed Site Location Plan Topographical Survey Development Proposals Stream A Hydrology and Hydraulics Severn Trent Water Correspondence Surface Water Drainage Proposals

Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Appendix E Appendix F

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Executive Summary
Introduction BSP Consulting has been commissioned by William Davis to undertake a Flood Risk Assessment and Drainage Strategy for the development of land at Shelford Road, Radcliffe on Trent, Nottinghamshire. This Flood Risk Assessment has been prepared in accordance with the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) publication ‘Technical Guidance to the National Planning Policy Framework’ The site is currently open fields and farm buildings. An unnamed watercourse, Stream A, passes east to west along the southern edge of the site. Site levels vary from over 49.5m AOD in the north east to 31m AOD at the outfall of Stream A in the south west. There is a fall of 3m along Stream A at the site. The development proposals are for the construction of residential dwellings, attenuation ponds, adoptable roads and sewers, hardstandings and soft landscaping. In accordance with the National Planning Policy Framework, the proposed residential use falls under the more vulnerable category in terms of flood risk. The River Trent is the primary Main River in the Nottingham area. Land adjacent the River Trent at the point where Stream A outfalls is at a level of approximately 20m AOD. This is some 11m below the lowest level of Stream A on site. Stream A has the potential to be the primary source of flood risk to the lower reaches of the site. The EA website indicative flood mapping confirms that site would not be at risk of flooding in a 0.1% (1:1000 year) probability flood event due to flooding from the River Trent or other significant fluvial sources. A detailed modelling study of Stream A has been undertaken to confirm the flood risk associated with this watercourse. The modelling results show only the south west of the site is likely to be subject to flooding in the 1:100 year plus climate change flood emanating from Stream A. The implications of climate change are taken into account in the flood modelling exercise. The National Planning Policy Framework states that developments of a more vulnerable category such as the proposed residential use are appropriate within Flood Zone 1. It is recommended that the finished floor levels are set at least 600mm above the 1:100 year plus climate change flood levels at the adjacent modelled watercourse sections. SuDS techniques will be employed to provide a minimum of two treatment trains of water quality improvement prior to the final discharge to Stream A. SuDS features such as permeable paved private drives/parking courts and filter strips/filter drains are proposed for use as source control and treatment features for surface water runoff. Site control will be provided by two linked attenuation ponds that will balance all surface water from the impermeable development areas back to the 1 in 1 year greenfield runoff rate. The ponds are indicated to be at the same invert level and are to be linked by a pipe or narrow swale. The proposed development surface water discharge rate will be limited to the existing 1 in 1 year greenfield runoff rate prior to entry to Stream A in a 1 in 100 year plus 30% climate change rainfall event therefore the proposed development reduces fluvial flooding problems adjacent to or downstream of the site for the proposed lifetime of the development. The investigations carried out as part of this flood risk assessment and flood risk management measures proposed have demonstrated that the development will be safe, without increasing flood risk elsewhere. The following recommendations are made to reduce flood risk and promote a sustainable and practicable drainage strategy at the proposed development:  Finished floor levels are to be set at least 600mm above the 1:100 year plus climate change flood levels at the adjacent modelled watercourse sections.  SuDS techniques will be employed to provide a minimum of two treatment trains of water quality improvement prior to the final discharge to Stream A. The SuDS features will be a combination of source control and site control features.  Two linked attenuation ponds shall be utilised to provide two treatment trains for water quality and attenuate surface water runoff from the impermeable development area back to greenfield runoff rates. A preliminary attenuation strategy is outlined on 3

Existing Site Conditions

Development Description and Planning Context Definition of Flood Hazard

Probability

Climate Change Detailed Development Proposals Flood Risk Management Measures

Off Site Impacts

Residual Risks

Recommendations

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drawing 12568/100 and included in Appendix D.  Foul water from the proposed development will be drained to the existing adopted foul sewerage in Shelford Road to the north of the site.

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INTRODUCTION TERMS OF REFERENCE BSP Consulting has been commissioned by William Davis to undertake a Flood Risk Assessment and Drainage Strategy for the development of land at Shelford Road, Radcliffe on Trent, Nottinghamshire. In the preparation of this report, consultations have been undertaken with the Environment Agency (EA), Rushcliffe Borough Council (RBC) and Severn Trent Water (STW). A site visit was made in November 2012, to walk the local watercourse catchment, to assess the local topography and current site use. The Greater Nottingham Strategic Flood Risk Assessment 2010 has also been referred to. This Flood Risk Assessment has been prepared in accordance with the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) publication ‘Technical Guidance to the National Planning Policy Framework’ while retaining the layout as recommended in the superseded ‘Planning Policy Statement 25 (PPS25) Development and Flood Risk’. This report has been produced on behalf of the client, William Davis, and no responsibility is accepted to any third party for all or any part. This report should not be relied upon or transferred to any other parties without the express written authorisation of BSP Consulting. If any unauthorised third party comes into possession of this report, they rely on it at their own risk and the authors owe them no duty of care or skill. NATIONAL PLANNING POLICY FRAMEWORK The National Planning Policy Framework was published on 27 March 2012. This replaces Planning Policy Statement 25: Development and Flood Risk. Technical Guidance to the National Planning Policy Framework has been published and this site specific FRA is written in compliance with this new guidance. The National Planning Policy Framework, and supporting technical guidance, can be downloaded free of charge from the internet at the following link: http://www.communities.gov.uk/publications/planningandbuilding/nppf

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION SITE LOCATION, DESCRIPTION AND DETAILS Figure 2.1 below indicates the location of the site; a more detailed site plan is located in Appendix A. A site visit was made in November 2012, to walk the local watercourse catchment, to assess the local topography and current site use. River Trent

Unnamed Watercourse (Stream A) Site

Ordnance Survey © Crown copyright 2010 All rights reserved. Licence number 100041272

Figure 2.1 Shelford Road, Radcliffe on Trent - Site Location Plan 2.1.2 The approximate site boundary is outlined in red on Figure 2.1 above. The overall site occupies an area of approximately 18.6 hectares and is located to the south of Shelford Road, Radcliffe on Trent, Nottinghamshire at OSNGR 465600E 340000N. The site is currently open fields and farm buildings. An unnamed watercourse, Stream A, passes east to west along the southern edge of the site indicated in Figure 2.1 above. The topographical survey of the site in Appendix B indicates that all of the land falls towards Stream A. Falls are consistent across the site. The fields were grassed at the time of the site walkover. Site levels vary from over 49.5m AOD in the north east to 31m AOD at the outfall of Stream A in the south west. There is a fall of 3m along Stream A as it passes along the south of the site. The land to the north of the site falls towards the site but is separated from the site by Shelford Road. The open land immediately to the east falls parallel to the site towards Stream A from a high point of about 60m AOD. Existing housing lies to the west with a railway just beyond the south of the site. Photographs of the site and watercourse are included below as Figures 2.2 to 2.11.
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Site and Watercourse Photographs

Figure 2.2 Site frontage onto Shelford Road. (Looking south west)

Figure 2.3 General site view across the centre of the site. (Looking north east)

Figure 2.4 Culvert outlet to site from under the railway. (Looking east)

Figure 2.5 View downstream at Section 18. (Looking west)

Figure 2.6 View upstream at Section 11. (Looking east)

Figure 2.7 Field access bridge at Section 11. (Looking west)

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Figure 2.8 Remote trash screen upstream of Section 2. (Looking north west)

Figure 2.9 Trash screen at Section 1. (Looking west)

Figure 2.10 900mm dia culvert entry from site downstream of Section 1. (Looking west) 2.1.7

Figure 2.11 1400mm dia culvert outlet 320m west of the site. (Looking south east)

Overall Catchment Context and Local Watercourse Classifications River Trent: Non Tidal, Main River which flows from south to north 600m to the west of the site. Ordinary watercourse which flows generally east to west along the southern edge of the site. This watercourse is culverted both upstream and downstream of the site.

Stream A:

The locations of the above watercourses in relation to the site are indicated on Figure 2.1 above. 2.2 2.2.1 APPROACH TO THE ASSESSMENT Severn Trent Water has provided us with details of the local sewerage and a capacity check on the local foul sewers. This information has been further supplemented by additional information from the Environment Agency, Rushcliffe
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Borough Council and Nottinghamshire County Council. This assessment seeks to draw together the relevant information from these sources and to collate this with the findings of our investigations, analysis and discussions to assess the flood risk at this site.

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FLOOD RISK ASSESSMENT AND DRAINAGE STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT DESCRIPTION AND PLANNING CONTEXT The development proposals are for the construction of residential dwellings, attenuation ponds, adoptable roads and sewers, hardstandings and soft landscaping. A proposed master planning layout is included in Appendix C. The local area benefits from a Strategic Flood Risk Assessment. This assessment is the Greater Nottingham Strategic Flood Risk Assessment October 2010. This assessment was produced by Black & Veatch Limited for the Greater Nottingham SFRA Partnership. The GNSFRA covered the River Trent but did not include any modelling of Stream A. In accordance with the National Planning Policy Framework, the proposed residential use falls under the more vulnerable category in terms of flood risk. DEFINITION OF THE FLOOD HAZARD The potential sources of flooding in the vicinity of the site are as detailed below: Fluvial Flood Risk The River Trent is the primary Main River in the Nottingham area. Land adjacent the River Trent at the point where Stream A outfalls is at a level of approximately 20m AOD. This is some 11m below the lowest level of Stream A on site. Figure 3.1 below indicates the indicative floodplain associated with the River Trent. The site can be seen to lie outside of the River Trent floodplain. This main river can therefore be discounted as a significant source of flood risk to the site. Stream A flows east to west along the southern edge of the site and has the potential to be the primary source of flood risk to the lower reaches of the site. The Environment Agency indicative floodplain mapping reproduced below as Figure 3.1 indicates the site to lie in Flood Zone 1. This is not a guarantee that the site is free from flood risk associated with this watercourse as the catchment area of this watercourse is quite small and may not have been assessed as part of the National Flood Risk Assessment. The flood risk associated with Stream A is assessed later in this report in section 3.3.

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Figure 3.1 Shelford Road, Radcliffe on Trent – Environment Agency Flood Mapping 3.2.7 3.2.8 Tidal Flood Risk The site is at a minimum level of approximately 31m above mean sea level. The site is therefore not at risk of flooding from tidal sources. Surface Water Flood Risk The land to the North of the site falls towards the site but is separated from the site by Shelford Road. The area to the north is insubstantial and does not have the potential to generate any significant volume of surface water following major rainfall events. Any overland flow from the land to the north would be channelled away from the site along Shelford road towards the west. The Environment Agency have provided us with a Surface Water Flood Map for the locality of the site. A copy of this mapping is included in Appendix E. This is high level broad scale mapping that will not take into account the presence of and channelling effect of Shelford Road. The mapping indicates flood risk associated with the stream course at the south of the site and a localised flood risk at the location of the existing farm buildings. The flood risk associated with the stream course is noted as a fluvial flood risk issue and the surface water flood risk associated with overland flow across the site will be addressed in the detailed drainage design for the proposed development. The localised surface water flood risk at the farm buildings appears to be as a result of the modelling indicating the existing buildings holding back surface water
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flowing across the site. The topographical survey does not indicate any notable low spot at this location. This localised feature is therefore not of any significance to the proposed development. The site is therefore not at risk of significant flooding from surface water runoff from adjacent land. 3.2.14 3.2.15 Flood Risk from Ground Water With regard to groundwater the phase 1 SI confirms the following. The data indicates that there is a very high likelihood of persistent or seasonably shallow groundwater across the southern part of the site which may impact on soakaway drainage. In addition, the data indicates that the bedrock deposits are likely to be poorly draining below the site. 3.2.16 No springs were noted at the ground surface during our site walkover. It is therefore confirmed that the site is therefore not at significant risk of flooding from ground water. Flood Risk from Sewers and Infrastructure The site lies upstream of the local developed areas therefore any flooding from sewerage or water utilities would be conveyed away from the site towards the west. A 450mm diameter surface water sewer is noted to run along the western site boundary. This is understood to be a highway drain that drains part of Shelford Road. This sewer would be maintained and incorporated into the development proposals. The site is not within close proximity of any reservoirs or wet process industrial works. The sewers and infrastructure flood risk source can therefore be discounted as a significant source of flood risk to the site. PROBABILITY The EA website indicative flood mapping confirms that site would not be at risk of flooding in a 0.1% (1:1000 year) probability flood event due to flooding from the River Trent or other significant fluvial sources. This map shows the indicative extent of the natural floodplain, if there were no flood defences or certain other manmade structures, such as surface water sewers, and channel improvements. This mapping is reproduced above as Figure 3.1. Stream A A detailed modelling study of Stream A has been undertaken to confirm the flood risk associated with this watercourse. The following sections on hydrology and hydraulics discuss the work undertaken and the conclusions that can be drawn regarding the current situation.

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Watercourse Description

3.3.4.1 Stream A, as it exits the site, has a catchment area of about 3.24km2. The upstream catchment is mainly arable land with some urban contribution. The bed and stream channel are clearly defined. There is a hedge along both sides of Stream A but the main channel is not heavily overgrown. 3.3.4.2 At the east of the site Stream A emerges from a brick culvert that conveys the stream under the adjacent railway. 3.3.4.3 At the western site perimeter Stream A flows into a concrete culvert which flows west, to the south of 87 Clumber Drive. The stream remains in culvert until it emerges 320m to the west of the site. 3.3.5 Hydrology

3.3.5.1 No gauged flow data is available for Stream A. 3.3.5.2 In order to make an estimation of the likely flood flow rates from this un-gauged catchment a hydrological analysis has been carried out using the FEH Revitalised Rainfall Run-off method (ReFH). This analysis has been undertaken for the watercourse as it exits the site towards Clumber Drive. The catchment area includes for all of the upstream rural and urbanised areas to this point. 3.3.5.3 This methodology was selected on the basis that the catchment is un-gauged and there are no local and suitable hydrologically similar sites available to act as a donor for refining the Qmed estimate and growth curve. A summary of the peak flow results are shown in Table 1 below with full calculations contained in Appendix D. Table 1 – Estimated Watercourse Flow Rates Flood Return Period Flood Flow Rate (m3/s) 1:2 Year 0.83 1:30 Year 1.72 1:100 year 2.29 1:100 year +20% 2.75 1:1000 4.19 3.3.5.4 This analysis has been undertaken for Stream A as it leaves the site at the western site boundary (Section 1). The catchment area mapping and catchment descriptors indicate that the catchment is slightly urbanised. 3.3.5.5 The catchment area of Stream A at Section 1, taken from the FEH CD ROM, has been verified by checking against 1:25,000 scale Ordnance Survey mapping. This check gave good correlation therefore the CD ROM data has been used to derive catchment descriptors. The resulting catchment area is 3.24km2. The FEH outline overlain onto 1:25,000 scale Ordnance Survey mapping is included in Appendix D.
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3.3.5.6 None of the catchment descriptors have been altered as all appear to be appropriate for the catchment. These are listed in Appendix D. 3.3.5.7 We have queried the connectivity of the area of the Harlequin, to the south of the A52, which is indicated as contributing to the catchment. This 0.21km2 urbanised area is remote from the site. It is separated from the site by both the A52 and the railway. Severn Trent Water sewer records indicate only foul sewerage in this area. Discussions with an experienced local Municipal Engineer have however confirmed that the highways in this area are drained to a surface water sewer that discharges to Stream A just upstream of the culvert under the railway. This arrangement has been verified during a second site visit. 3.3.5.8 The newer development at Hudson Way, to the north of the A52 is drained by a surface water network that is noted to be constructed using oversized pipes to attenuate flows. 3.3.5.9 As URBEXT is less than 0.125 the winter season has been used in accordance with CEH guidance. All other ReFH design standards have been used in the calculations. 3.3.6 Hydraulic Model

3.3.6.1 A steady state one dimensional mathematical hydraulic model of the watercourse has been constructed using ISIS version 3.6. This modelling software has been chosen as it is accepted by the Environment Agency and is widely used within the industry. 3.3.6.2 Cross sections of Stream A have been surveyed by BluePlan. The model extends from the culvert outlet to site from under the railway in the east to 53m downstream of the western edge of the site. Sections and the section locations are illustrated on drawing 1627 – Sections and drawing 1627 – Topographical Survey included within Appendix B. 3.3.6.3 The farm access bridge downstream of Section 11 has only been modelled as a structure in the 1:1000 year event (with no culvert downstream for model stability reasons) as the bridge soffit is above all other modelled flood levels at this point. The remote trash screen just upstream of Section 2 has not been modelled as the flow area of this screen is vastly larger than the flow area of the downstream culvert. The trash screen at Section 1 has been included in the model in the culvert inlet. This trash screen has a vertical frontal flow area of 5.7m2 which is generous in comparison to the 0.636m2 flow area of the 900mm dia culvert. 3.3.6.4 Manning’s ‘n’ values for the channel have been determined using the tables in Chow, V.T (1973): Open-Channel Hydraulics. A value of 0.050 (clean, winding, some pools, riffles, weeds and stones) has been used for the main channel and for any out of bank flow given that the banks and bank tops are partially vegetated, fields are arable pasture and hay meadow in this locality.

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3.3.6.5 Manning’s ‘n’ values for the circular concrete culvert has been taken as 0.010 in accordance with the CIRIA Culvert Design and Operation Guide 2010. 3.3.6.6 A ReFH hydrograph was introduced as the upstream boundary and flows were generated by the ISIS software for the peak outflow at the required return periods. The flow plots were checked for each return period and these all correlated with the CEH ReFH Spreadsheet results. 3.3.6.7 The downstream culvert was initially included in the model at a length of 320m but the model was very unstable. The culvert operates under entry control therefore the culvert has been shortened to 53m. This should not affect the accuracy of the final results. Four arbitrary river sections at the outfall of the model and replicated sections have been added in line with ISIS guidance. 3.3.6.8 A Round Nosed Broad Crested Weir with a crest level of 33.150m was introduced in parallel with the downstream culvert to represent the potential overland flood flow route that exists in the more onerous flood flow events between the culvert entry and Clumber Drive. 3.3.6.9 The downstream boundary has been taken as the normal flow depth for the gradient of the culvert (1:122). As the culvert is laid at an average gradient of 1:122 for the following 267m downstream this is a reasonable assumption. 3.3.7 Modelling Results

3.3.7.1 The ISIS model has been run under steady state conditions to generate water levels for the 1:2year(Qmed), 1:30year, 1:100year, 1:100year+20% climate change and 1:1000 year floods. Full results for these model runs are included within Appendix D. Figure 3.2 below shows the results for the long section along the watercourse adjacent to the site for the 1:100year+20% climate change flood. Table 2 – Estimated Watercourse Flood Levels at Section 1 Flood Return Period Peak Flood Level (mAOD) 1:2 year 31.876 1: 30 year 32.622 1:100 year 33.342 1:100 year +20% 33.356 1:1000 year 33.556 3.3.7.2 The peak water surface profile indicated in Figure 3.2 below demonstrates that the channel has more than sufficient capacity to convey the 1:100year+20% climate change flows without overtopping its banks other than at the culvert entry where the flows are restricted as they enter the culvert. The peak water levels in Table 2 above show that the flows remain in culvert for 1:30 year flood but that there is a minor depth of flooding in the 1:100 year flood. Comparison of the flood levels to the survey suggest that overland flow would occur beyond the west of the site towards Clumber Drive. This situation is exacerbated in more onerous flood events as noted in the results where significant weir flows are predicted to occur.
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Figure 3.2- Modelling Results Long Section – 1:100year+20% climate change Peak Stage 3.3.7.3 The model was unstable when the bridge unit was added at Section 11 so this was modelled separately for the 1:1000 year event without the downstream culvert. Section 11 is sufficiently remote that it is unaffected by the backing up of flows at the culvert entry. The 1:1000 year model run indicated minor afflux at the upstream bridge face but no overtopping. A long section indicating this portion of the watercourse in the 1:1000 year modelled event is indicated below in Figure 3.3.

Figure 3.3- Modelling Results Long Section – 1:1000 year Peak Stage at Section 11(Bridge)
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3.3.7.4 No flooding is modelled to occur on site other than at the extreme south west of the site. 3.3.7.5 The modelled flood contours are included on the modelled flood extents plan included in Appendix D. 3.3.8 Sensitivity Analysis

3.3.8.1 Unfortunately no historical data is available to calibrate the model. The only reference to potential flooding of Stream A is contained in the GNSFRA at Table 6.1 where under a reference to Clumber Drive, Radcliffe on Trent it states “The dyke on the field side of Clumber Drive overflowed into the fields and up to the properties but did not affect them.” This entry is referenced to the Planning Department at Rushcliffe Borough Council. No entry has been made by Radcliffe on Trent Parish Council regarding this issue. We have therefore performed a sensitivity analysis on the model variables. 3.3.8.2 Manning’s ‘n’ has been estimated for the channel based upon recommendations in technical literature. We have therefore carried out a sensitivity analysis on the value of ‘n’ by +/-20%, the results are shown within Table 3 below for the 1:100 year flood, full results can be found in Appendix D. Table 3 – Manning’s ‘n’ Sensitivity Analysis Water Level (m AOD) 1:100 yr flood Cross Section 1 n -20% 33.342 Existing n 33.342 n +20% 33.342

3.3.8.3 The results of this sensitivity analysis show that a 20% change in the value of ‘n’ does not cause a change in the water level at the critical culvert entry section and does not cause any significant change in modelled flood extents along the model. It is therefore considered that the hydraulic model is not sensitive to changes in manning’s n and that the estimated values provide a robust assessment. This is most likely due to the dominance of the downstream culvert on the hydraulics at the critical Section 1. 3.3.8.4 A sensitivity analysis has also been carried out on the downstream boundary condition. The downstream boundary slope has been slackened to 1:1000 from the actual slope of 1:122 to assess the effect that this has on the model. The calculations included within Appendix D, and summarised in Table 4 below, show that changing the downstream boundary condition the water level at Section 1 does not change at all. It is therefore confirmed that the hydraulic model is not sensitive to changes in the downstream boundary condition and that the modelled values provide a robust assessment.

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Table 4 – Downstream Boundary Sensitivity Analysis Water Level (m AOD) 1:100 yr flood Cross Section 1 Existing 33.342 DS Boundary 1:1000 33.342

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CLIMATE CHANGE Climate change is recognised as a factor for consideration in terms of its effects on flood risk. This issue affects the local catchment from fluvial sources in as much as fluvial flood flows are estimated to increase by up to 20% over the next 100 years. The implications of climate change have been taken into account in the modelling work that has been carried out in the discussions on probability above. The proposed surface water drainage system should be designed to accommodate the 1 in 30 year rainfall event without any surface water flooding and should be capable of retaining the 1 in 100 year plus climate change storm event on site without flooding any buildings. Climate change should be allowed for in the detailed surface water design calculations as an additional 30% on the modelled rainfall intensity. DETAILED DEVELOPMENT PROPOSALS The proposed development and vulnerability classification are discussed in Section 3.1 above. A draft master planning layout plan is included in Appendix C. The National Planning Policy Framework states that developments of a more vulnerable category such as the proposed residential use are appropriate within Flood Zone 1. FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT MEASURES Existing Flood Defences and Structures

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3.6.1.1 There are no formal flood defences along Stream A as it passes through the site. The bed and stream channel are clearly defined. This gives good flow capacity and a self cleansing profile under normal flow conditions. 3.6.1.2 There is an at grade flat slab field access bridge on this section of the watercourse but as noted at paragraph 3.3.7.3 above it does not appear to restrict capacity or result in out of bank flows. 3.6.1.3 It is proposed that the existing alignment of the watercourse along the south of the site will be maintained as an open watercourse. The watercourse is an asset to the
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site in its present form and it is intended that the development proposals will enhance the ecological value of this watercourse by developing the woodland buffer and landscaping as noted on the proposed masterplan in Appendix C. 3.6.2 Proposed Site Development and Finished Floor Levels

3.6.2.1 The development proposals are for the construction of residential dwellings, adoptable roads and sewers, hardstandings and soft landscaping. It is recommended that the finished floor levels are set at least 600mm above the 1:100 year plus climate change flood levels at the adjacent modelled watercourse sections. As the fields fall relatively steeply towards the south of the site it is likely that floor levels will be set higher than these levels for other practical reasons. 3.6.3 Sustainable Site Drainage Systems

3.6.3.1 The existing site can be seen to be almost entirely farm land. The current runoff regime is therefore that of a greenfield site. The Phase 1site investigation suggests that the superficial soils will be head deposits (mixed clays, silts, sands and gravels) with red brown clays, mudstones, siltstone and sandstone beds with some gypsum veins. 3.6.3.2 No intrusive investigations have been undertaken however on the basis of the available information the Phase 1 site investigation concludes that “Preliminary assessment indicates the soils generally present below the site are unlikely to prove suitable for soakaway drainage.” 3.6.3.3 The existing runoff regime from the 18.6 ha site has been evaluated in accordance with the ICOP for SUDS. The 1 in 1 year greenfield site peak runoff rate for this site area is 43.9 l/s. A copy of the greenfield runoff calculations are included in Appendix F. An approximate evaluation of the likely site drainage area has been carried out at an estimated level of impermeability of 60% of the total site area. This equates to an impermeable area of 11.16 ha. 3.6.3.4 At this stage it is proposed that surface water runoff from the proposed development will be drained from the proposed impermeable areas utilising, where possible, SuDS techniques but not employing infiltration techniques unless this proves to be viable following further investigation. SuDS techniques will be employed to provide a minimum of two treatment trains of water quality improvement prior to the final discharge to Stream A. The proposed SuDS features will slow the speed of runoff and improve water quality. SuDS features such as permeable paved private drives/parking courts and filter strips/filter drains are proposed for use as source control and treatment features for surface water runoff. 3.6.3.5 The preliminary attenuation strategy outlined on drawing 12568/100 indicates two linked attenuation ponds to balance all surface water from the impermeable development areas back to the 1 in 1 year greenfield runoff rate. The ponds are indicated to be at the same invert level and are to be linked by a pipe or narrow swale. This arrangement will provide two treatment trains for water quality and provide balancing of flows back to less than 43.9 l/s prior to discharge to Stream
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A. The preliminary design calculations associated with these ponds are included in Appendix F. These calculations indicate that the ponds have sufficient capacity to attenuate the 1 in 100 year plus 30% climate change rainfall event. 3.6.3.6 As indicated on drawing 12568/100 the ponds are located in an elevated location adjacent to Stream A. The proposed ponds lie outside of the modelled flood extents associated with Stream A. The precise detailing of the ponds is not fixed at this stage but they are to be set out as linear features to give enhanced water quality benefits in line with CIRIA recommendations. 3.6.4 Foul Water Drainage

3.6.4.1 The site is green field in its predevelopment state therefore there is no current discharge of foul water from the site. 3.6.4.2 Severn Trent Water (STW) have been consulted and have provided a preliminary developer enquiry response that confirmed that sufficient foul water capacity may exist within the existing network and waste water treatment works but that this would need to be verified by further detailed modelling. A copy of this response is included in Appendix E. 3.6.4.3 STW were subsequently engaged to model the impact of the proposed development. This study concluded that the proposed development presents a low risk to the existing adopted sewer network. A copy of the STW Sewer Capacity Assessment is included in Appendix E. 3.6.4.4 Foul water from the proposed development will therefore be drained under gravity to an adoptable pumping station at the south of the site. From here it will be pumped to the existing adopted foul sewerage in Shelford Road to the north of the site. 3.7 3.7.1 OFF SITE IMPACTS The proposed development surface water discharge rate will be limited to the existing 1 in 1 year greenfield runoff rate prior to entry to Stream A in a 1 in 100 year plus 30% climate change rainfall event therefore the proposed development reduces fluvial flooding problems adjacent to or downstream of the site for the proposed lifetime of the development. RESIDUAL RISKS The investigations carried out as part of this flood risk assessment and flood risk management measures proposed have demonstrated that the development will be safe, without increasing flood risk elsewhere and will where possible reduce the risk of flooding to others.

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RECOMMENDATIONS The following recommendations are made to reduce flood risk and promote a sustainable and practicable drainage strategy at the proposed development:  Finished floor levels are to be set at least 600mm above the 1:100 year plus climate change flood levels at the adjacent modelled watercourse sections.  SuDS techniques will be employed to provide a minimum of two treatment trains of water quality improvement prior to the final discharge to Stream A. The SuDS features will be a combination of source control and site control features.  Two linked attenuation ponds shall be utilised to provide two treatment trains for water quality and attenuate surface water runoff from the impermeable development area back to greenfield runoff rates. A preliminary attenuation strategy is outlined on drawing 12568/100 and included in Appendix D.  Foul water from the proposed development will be drained to the existing adopted foul sewerage in Shelford Road to the north of the site.

Disclaimer We would note that all comments made in this report are based on the sources stated in Section 1.1. This report and its recommendations are intended for the use of William Davis for the above site only.

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Appendix A Detailed Site Location Plan

Shelford Road, Radcliffe on Trent – Detailed Site Location Plan

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Appendix B Topographical Survey

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Appendix C Development Proposals

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Appendix D Stream A Hydrology and Hydraulics

VERSION FEH CD‐ROM Version CATCHMENT GB 465550 AREA 3.24 ALTBAR 52 ASPBAR 203 ASPVAR 0.22 BFIHOST 0.465 DPLBAR 1.29 DPSBAR 31.8 FARL 1 LDP 2.53 PROPWET 0.27 RMED‐1H 10 RMED‐1D 28.9 RMED‐2D 37.4 SAAR 597 SAAR4170 592 SPRHOST 47.12 URBCONC1990 0.679 URBEXT1990 0.0409 URBLOC1990 0.555 URBCONC2000 0.774 URBEXT2000 0.0444 URBLOC2000 0.491 C ‐0.02349 D1 0.33135 D2 0.33982 D3 0.25521 E 0.30769 F 2.33395 C(1 km) ‐0.024 D1(1 km) 0.338 D2(1 km) 0.334 D3(1 km) 0.261 E(1 km) 0.308 F(1 km) 2.331

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Spreadsheet application report User name Company name Project name Summary of model setup
Design rainfall parameters Loss model parameters Routing model parameters Baseflow model parameters

Tony Goddard BSP Consulting Shelford Road, R on T

Catchment name Catchment easting Catchment northing Catchment area

Stream at Shelford Road 465550 339650 3.24

Date/time modelled Version

18-Jan-2013 11:40 1.4

Return period (yr) Duration (hr) Timestep (hr) Season Summary of results FEH DDF rainfall (mm) Design rainfall (mm) Results
Series Unit 0.00 0.25 0.50 0.75 1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.25 2.50 2.75 3.00 3.25 3.50 3.75 4.00 4.25 4.50 4.75 5.00 5.25 5.50 5.75 6.00 6.25 6.50 6.75 7.00 7.25 7.50 7.75 8.00 8.25 8.50 8.75 9.00 9.25 9.50 9.75 10.00 10.25 10.50 10.75 11.00 11.25 11.50 11.75 12.00 12.25 12.50 12.75 13.00 13.25 Total (mm) Design Rainfall mm 0.5 0.6 0.9 1.3 1.7 2.4 3.3 4.5 5.4 4.5 3.3 2.4 1.7 1.3 0.9 0.6 0.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 35.9

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5.4 2.3 Graph

Net rainfall Direct runoff m3/s mm 0.1 0.0 0.2 0.0 0.2 0.0 0.3 0.0 0.5 0.0 0.7 0.1 0.9 0.1 1.3 0.2 1.7 0.2 1.4 0.4 1.1 0.5 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.9 0.4 1.1 0.3 1.3 0.2 1.5 0.2 1.7 0.0 1.9 0.0 2.0 0.0 2.1 0.0 2.1 0.0 2.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 1.9 0.0 1.8 0.0 1.7 0.0 1.5 0.0 1.4 0.0 1.3 0.0 1.2 0.0 1.1 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.9 0.0 0.8 0.0 0.7 0.0 0.7 0.0 0.6 0.0 0.5 0.0 0.5 0.0 0.4 0.0 0.3 0.0 0.3 0.0 0.2 0.0 0.2 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 11.0 11.0

Baseflow m3/s 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 3.7

Total flow m3/s 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.3 0.3 0.5 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.2 1.4 1.7 1.9 2.0 2.2 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.2 2.1 2.0 1.9 1.8 1.7 1.6 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.1 1.0 0.9 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 14.8

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Audit comments
Model run with ReFH dll version 1.4.0005 Catchment Catchment descriptors imported from file Catchment descriptor file = 'Stream at Shelford Road.csv' Catchment decriptor file exported from CD ROM version 3 Catchment descriptor file exported on 12-Nov-2012 08:10 BFIHOST value of 0.465 used PROPWET value of 0.27 used SAAR value of 597 used DPLBAR value of 1.29 used DPSBAR value of 31.8 used URBEXT value of 0.0409 used C value of -0.02349 used D1 value of 0.33135 used D2 value of 0.33982 used D3 value of 0.25521 used E value of 0.30769 used F value of 2.33395 used

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Flow (m3/s)

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Spreadsheet application report
Rainfall Recommended season is Winter, as URBEXT < 0.125 ReFH design standard Seasonal Correction Factor of 0.63 applied ReFH design standard Areal Reduction Factor of 0.97 applied Loss Model CMax derived from catchment descriptors ReFH design standard Cini used ReFH design standard α factor used Routing Model Tp derived from catchment descriptors ReFH design standard used for Up ReFH design standard used for Uk Baseflow Model BL derived from catchment descriptors BR derived from catchment descriptors ReFH design standard BF0 used

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12568 WCM REVA REFH US 2 FILE=12568 WCM TRUNC ISIS VER= 6.6.0.81 umode 1.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 ustate 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.001 0.000 z 31.160 31.060 31.004 30.948 30.892 30.836 30.725 31.192 31.384 31.619 31.898 32.179 32.461 32.550 32.550 32.550 32.555 32.666 32.820 32.929 33.083 33.832 33.992 34.110 30.625 30.543 30.461 30.543 31.160 0.000 31.315

results from the direct method at time 5.0000 hours label12 ? flow stage froude velocity SECTION_1 y 0.834 31.876 0.151 0.398 CIRC_1 y 0.834 31.480 1.605 2.863 CIRC_2 y 0.834 31.424 1.607 2.866 CIRC_3 y 0.834 31.367 1.611 2.870 CIRC_4 y 0.834 31.311 1.617 2.877 CIRC_5 y 0.834 31.253 1.627 2.889 CIRC_6 y 0.834 31.207 1.233 2.402 SECTION_2 y 0.834 31.889 0.118 0.299 SECTION_3 y 0.834 31.912 0.296 0.603 SECTION_4 y 0.834 32.036 0.447 0.822 SECTION_5 y 0.834 32.287 0.538 0.963 SECTION_6 y 0.834 32.578 0.536 0.956 SECTION_7 y 0.834 32.874 0.542 0.971 SECTION_8 y 0.834 33.074 0.371 0.737 SECTION_9 y 0.834 33.178 0.269 0.570 SECTION_10 y 0.834 33.184 0.270 0.613 SECTION_11 y 0.834 33.193 0.304 0.696 SECTION_12 y 0.834 33.268 0.331 0.717 SECTION_13 y 0.834 33.396 0.378 0.794 SECTION_14 y 0.834 33.524 0.316 0.680 SECTION_15 y 0.834 33.633 0.347 0.711 SECTION_16 y 0.834 34.143 0.824 1.289 SECTION_17 y 0.834 34.479 0.478 0.970 SECTION_18 y 0.834 34.693 0.364 0.852 DS_1 y 0.834 30.943 0.457 0.764 DS_2 y 0.834 30.861 0.458 0.766 DS_4 y 0.834 30.779 0.458 0.768 DS_3 y 0.834 30.861 0.458 0.766 W1U y 0.000 31.876 0.000 0.000 C1U y 0.834 31.876 0.000 0.000 W1D y 0.000 30.861 0.000 0.000

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12568 WCM REVA REFH US 30 30 FILE=12568 WCM TRUNC ISIS VER= 6.6.0.81 results from the direct method at time 5.0000 hours label12 ? flow stage froude velocity umode ustate z SECTION_1 y 1.726 32.622 0.106 0.397 1.000 0.000 31.160 CIRC_1 y 1.726 31.761 1.230 3.248 0.000 0.000 31.060 CIRC_2 y 1.726 31.708 1.217 3.232 0.000 0.000 31.004 CIRC_3 y 1.726 31.657 1.201 3.213 0.000 0.000 30.948 CIRC_4 y 1.726 31.605 1.184 3.192 0.000 0.000 30.892 CIRC_5 y 1.726 31.555 1.164 3.168 0.000 0.000 30.836 CIRC_6 y 1.726 31.509 0.950 2.936 1.000 1.000 30.725 SECTION_2 y 1.726 32.632 0.087 0.276 0.000 0.000 31.192 SECTION_3 y 1.726 32.637 0.134 0.394 0.000 0.000 31.384 SECTION_4 y 1.726 32.652 0.195 0.524 0.000 0.000 31.619 SECTION_5 y 1.726 32.693 0.336 0.816 0.000 0.000 31.898 SECTION_6 y 1.726 32.827 0.486 1.066 0.000 0.000 32.179 SECTION_7 y 1.726 33.080 0.559 1.182 0.000 0.000 32.461 SECTION_8 y 1.726 33.302 0.409 0.937 0.000 0.000 32.550 SECTION_9 y 1.726 33.427 0.302 0.741 0.000 0.000 32.550 SECTION_10 y 1.726 33.428 0.323 0.851 0.000 0.000 32.550 SECTION_11 y 1.726 33.438 0.368 0.968 0.000 0.000 32.555 SECTION_12 y 1.726 33.541 0.361 0.913 0.000 0.000 32.666 SECTION_13 y 1.726 33.676 0.392 0.971 0.000 0.000 32.820 SECTION_14 y 1.726 33.812 0.332 0.840 0.000 0.000 32.929 SECTION_15 y 1.726 33.921 0.347 0.827 0.000 0.000 33.083 SECTION_16 y 1.726 34.298 0.849 1.597 0.000 0.000 33.832 SECTION_17 y 1.726 34.697 0.543 1.294 0.000 0.000 33.992 SECTION_18 y 1.726 34.978 0.410 1.162 0.000 0.000 34.110 DS_1 y 1.726 31.116 0.475 0.961 0.000 0.000 30.625 DS_2 y 1.726 31.036 0.475 0.963 0.000 0.000 30.543 DS_4 y 1.726 30.954 0.475 0.967 0.000 0.000 30.461 DS_3 y 1.726 31.036 0.475 0.963 0.000 0.000 30.543 W1U y 0.000 32.622 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 31.160 C1U y 1.726 32.622 0.000 0.000 3.000 0.001 0.000 W1D y 0.000 31.036 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 31.315

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12568 WCM REVA REFH US 100 FILE=12568 WCM TRUNC ISIS VER= 6.6.0.81 umode 1.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 3.000 0.000 ustate 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.001 0.000 z 31.160 31.060 31.004 30.948 30.892 30.836 30.725 31.192 31.384 31.619 31.898 32.179 32.461 32.550 32.550 32.550 32.555 32.666 32.820 32.929 33.083 33.832 33.992 34.110 30.625 30.543 30.461 30.543 31.160 0.000 31.315

results from the direct method at time 5.0000 hours label12 ? flow stage froude velocity SECTION_1 y 2.283 33.342 0.077 0.166 CIRC_1 y 2.283 32.220 0.000 3.588 CIRC_2 y 2.283 32.137 0.000 3.588 CIRC_3 y 2.283 32.053 0.000 3.588 CIRC_4 y 2.283 31.970 0.000 3.588 CIRC_5 y 2.283 31.887 0.000 3.588 CIRC_6 y 2.283 31.803 0.000 3.588 SECTION_2 y 2.283 33.344 0.038 0.094 SECTION_3 y 2.283 33.346 0.061 0.154 SECTION_4 y 2.283 33.349 0.107 0.221 SECTION_5 y 2.283 33.355 0.205 0.376 SECTION_6 y 2.283 33.369 0.214 0.605 SECTION_7 y 2.283 33.414 0.337 0.849 SECTION_8 y 2.283 33.512 0.344 0.870 SECTION_9 y 2.283 33.603 0.280 0.754 SECTION_10 y 2.283 33.600 0.315 0.898 SECTION_11 y 2.283 33.608 0.361 1.024 SECTION_12 y 2.283 33.707 0.351 0.953 SECTION_13 y 2.283 33.830 0.384 1.021 SECTION_14 y 2.283 33.962 0.332 0.895 SECTION_15 y 2.283 34.067 0.340 0.862 SECTION_16 y 2.283 34.376 0.857 1.726 SECTION_17 y 2.283 34.800 0.570 1.447 SECTION_18 y 2.283 35.117 0.432 1.313 DS_1 y 2.283 31.203 0.483 1.048 DS_2 y 2.283 31.121 0.484 1.053 DS_4 y 2.283 31.039 0.485 1.058 DS_3 y 2.283 31.121 0.484 1.053 W1U y 0.000 33.342 0.000 0.000 C1U y 2.283 33.342 0.000 0.000 W1D y 0.000 31.121 0.000 0.000

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12568 WCM REVA REFH US 100+CC 100 + 20% CC FILE=12568 WCM TRUNC ISIS VER= 6.6.0.81 results from the direct method at time 5.0000 hours label12 ? flow stage froude velocity umode ustate z SECTION_1 y 2.739 33.356 0.088 0.193 1.000 0.000 31.160 CIRC_1 y 2.293 32.276 0.000 3.604 0.000 0.000 31.060 CIRC_2 y 2.293 32.192 0.000 3.604 0.000 0.000 31.004 CIRC_3 y 2.293 32.108 0.000 3.604 0.000 0.000 30.948 CIRC_4 y 2.293 32.025 0.000 3.604 0.000 0.000 30.892 CIRC_5 y 2.293 31.941 0.000 3.604 0.000 0.000 30.836 CIRC_6 y 2.293 31.857 0.000 3.604 1.000 1.000 30.725 SECTION_2 y 2.739 33.359 0.044 0.110 0.000 0.000 31.192 SECTION_3 y 2.739 33.361 0.073 0.180 0.000 0.000 31.384 SECTION_4 y 2.739 33.366 0.122 0.255 0.000 0.000 31.619 SECTION_5 y 2.739 33.373 0.234 0.431 0.000 0.000 31.898 SECTION_6 y 2.739 33.392 0.248 0.706 0.000 0.000 32.179 SECTION_7 y 2.739 33.450 0.376 0.962 0.000 0.000 32.461 SECTION_8 y 2.739 33.569 0.370 0.958 0.000 0.000 32.550 SECTION_9 y 2.739 33.672 0.298 0.827 0.000 0.000 32.550 SECTION_10 y 2.739 33.667 0.341 0.997 0.000 0.000 32.550 SECTION_11 y 2.739 33.675 0.390 1.134 0.000 0.000 32.555 SECTION_12 y 2.739 33.789 0.366 1.029 0.000 0.000 32.666 SECTION_13 y 2.739 33.920 0.394 1.085 0.000 0.000 32.820 SECTION_14 y 2.739 34.057 0.339 0.948 0.000 0.000 32.929 SECTION_15 y 2.739 34.167 0.344 0.889 0.000 0.000 33.083 SECTION_16 y 2.739 34.432 0.862 1.813 0.000 0.000 33.832 SECTION_17 y 2.739 34.873 0.592 1.559 0.000 0.000 33.992 SECTION_18 y 2.739 35.217 0.449 1.423 0.000 0.000 34.110 DS_1 y 2.293 31.243 0.434 0.971 0.000 0.000 30.625 DS_2 y 2.293 31.186 0.408 0.930 0.000 0.000 30.543 DS_4 y 2.739 31.105 0.489 1.117 0.000 0.000 30.461 DS_3 y 2.739 31.186 0.488 1.111 0.000 0.000 30.543 W1U y 0.447 33.356 0.000 0.000 3.000 0.000 31.160 C1U y 2.293 33.356 0.000 0.000 3.000 0.001 0.000 W1D y 0.447 31.186 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 30.625

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12568 WCM REVA REFH US 1000 FILE=12568 WCM TRUNC ISIS VER= 6.6.0.81 umode 1.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 3.000 3.000 0.000 ustate 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.001 0.000 z 31.160 31.060 31.004 30.948 30.892 30.836 30.725 31.192 31.384 31.619 31.898 32.179 32.461 32.550 32.550 32.550 32.555 32.666 32.820 32.929 33.083 33.832 33.992 34.110 30.625 30.543 30.461 30.543 31.160 0.000 30.625

results from the direct method at time 5.0000 hours label12 ? flow stage froude velocity SECTION_1 y 4.194 33.556 0.081 0.209 CIRC_1 y 2.424 32.564 0.000 3.810 CIRC_2 y 2.424 32.471 0.000 3.810 CIRC_3 y 2.424 32.377 0.000 3.810 CIRC_4 y 2.424 32.283 0.000 3.810 CIRC_5 y 2.424 32.189 0.000 3.810 CIRC_6 y 2.424 32.095 0.000 3.810 SECTION_2 y 4.194 33.559 0.045 0.127 SECTION_3 y 4.194 33.561 0.082 0.196 SECTION_4 y 4.194 33.566 0.113 0.271 SECTION_5 y 4.194 33.580 0.192 0.397 SECTION_6 y 4.194 33.612 0.431 0.706 SECTION_7 y 4.194 33.671 0.391 1.087 SECTION_8 y 4.194 33.793 0.384 1.084 SECTION_9 y 4.194 33.908 0.316 0.962 SECTION_10 y 4.194 33.894 0.379 1.201 SECTION_11 y 4.194 33.902 0.433 1.361 SECTION_12 y 4.194 34.045 0.381 1.184 SECTION_13 y 4.194 34.184 0.404 1.218 SECTION_14 y 4.194 34.327 0.349 1.066 SECTION_15 y 4.194 34.442 0.341 0.923 SECTION_16 y 4.194 34.606 0.852 1.958 SECTION_17 y 4.194 35.072 0.806 1.806 SECTION_18 y 4.194 35.469 0.557 1.720 DS_1 y 2.424 31.387 0.324 0.792 DS_2 y 2.424 31.361 0.289 0.729 DS_4 y 4.194 31.280 0.502 1.271 DS_3 y 4.194 31.361 0.499 1.262 W1U y 1.770 33.556 0.000 0.000 C1U y 2.424 33.556 0.000 0.000 W1D y 1.770 31.361 0.000 0.000

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Sewer Capacity Assessment
Shelford Road – Radcliffe On Trent, Nottinghamshire DE-1210-072 (WT26939)

Version 1 Date: 02/May/13

Mouchel Canterbury House Stephenson’s Way Wyvern Business Park Derby DW21 6LY

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Sewer Capacity Assessment Summary

Sewer Capacity Assessment prepared for Development location and existing use

William Davis Ltd. Forest Field, Forest Road, Loughborough, Leics. LE11 3NS Land at Shelford Road Farm, Shelford Road, Radcliffe on Trent, Nottingham NG12 1BA. Greenfield with associated farm dwelling and out buildings. Development includes building 350 mixed residential dwellings. Foul effluent is proposed to be pumped into the existing Severn Trent Water network. Storm flows are proposed to flow to the watercourse south of development site and have not been assessed as part of this assessment. Planning application was not submitted as of 17/04/13. There is no known phasing or construction programme at this stage. The aim of the study is to identify the potential impact of foul flows only from the proposed development on the existing sewerage system. Sewer flooding LOW LOW LOW

Development proposals

Study aim

Impact of proposed development on public sewer network

Combined Sewer Overflows Sewage Pumping Stations

Requirement for Capacity Improvements

Capacity improvements are not required to accommodate flows from the proposed development. The site drains to Radcliffe on Trent sewage treatment work. There is not sufficient capacity at the STW to accommodate flows from this development.

Sewage Treatment Works capacity

Important Information: This Sewer Capacity Assessment has been prepared by Mouchel on behalf of Severn Trent Water Ltd for William Davis Ltd. This report is based on the best available information at the time of undertaking, including Severn Trent Water hydraulic models and development proposals submitted by William Davis Ltd. If there are any changes to the development proposals after the date of submission that may affect waste water, Severn Trent Water must be informed as there may be a requirement to revisit the assessment. If there is a delay in submitting the planning application or commencing construction on site from the anticipated dates provided, the information in this report may have become out of date and Severn Trent Water must be informed as there may be a requirement to revisit the assessment based on new information.

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Table of Contents

1 2 3 4

Introduction _______________________________________________________________________ 1 Sewer Capacity Assessment ___________________________________________________________ 3 Conclusions and Recommendations _____________________________________________________ 9 Appendicies_______________________________________________________________________ 13

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1.1

Introduction
Site Location

Development site is located on the south side of Shelford Road in north-east Radcliffe on Trent. Easting: 465559 Northing: 340049 Existing land use is a rural Greenfield site with farm buildings and residential dwelling. The proposed development site is bounded to the north by Shelford Road, to the west by residential properties, to the south by a watercourse and railway line and to the east by greenfield. Adjacent land uses include residential, farmland and railway. The site location is shown in Figure A-1, Appendix A.

1.2

Local Sewerage Network

Flows from the Shelford Road area cross under a railway line to Bingham Road, then along Main Road to Sydney Grove sewerage pumping station (SPS). From here effluent is pumped 1.4 km to Radcliffe on Trent sewage treatment works (STW) via a 300mm diameter rising main. Between the development and Sydney Grove SPS there are two combined sewer overflows (CSOs), with a third CSO located inside the SPS compound. Spills from these sites drain to a local ditch that flows to the River Trent at Radcliffe Park. Sydney Grove SPS was upgraded as part of a Capital scheme in 2006 and surveyed in 2013. It has two variable speed pumps arranged duty/standby which can discharge between 29-79 litres per second. There is a combined sewer overflow to a storm wet wet well. Spills from this site are pumped to the surface water system to the same outfall as the two previously mentioned CSO’s . The local sewerage network and the location of critical sewer assets are shown in Figure A-2, Appendix A.

1.3

Proposed Development

The proposed development covers 18.7ha on an existing farm site and consists of 350 mixed residential dwellings. Foul flows are proposed to gravitate to the south end of the site and pumped to the existing 225mm diameter foul sewer on Shelford Road at MH SK65404201. Surface water at the proposed development site would drain to the watercourse at the southern boundary, this has not been requested to be assessed as part of this Sewer Capacity Assessment. The proposed development document does not detail any construction phasing, development alternatives or plans to submit planning applications. As of 17/04/13 a planning application has not been submitted to Rushcliffe Borough Council. The proposed development is summarised in Table 1-1. Development plans are included in Appendix A.
Table 1-1: Summary of proposed development

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Development Type Mixed Residential

Units 350 dwellings

1.4

Study Aims and Objectives

The aim of the study is to identify the potential impact of flows from the proposed development on the public sewer network. This will be achieved through undertaking hydraulic computer modelling of the proposed development and assessing the impact at key points on the sewer network.

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Sewer Capacity Assessment
Methodology

Hydraulic modelling has been used to assess the impacts of the proposed development. The methodology is summarised below:  The best available model for the area was used as the ‘baseline model’. A review of the model was undertaken to ensure that it is suitable to inform the assessment. The base model used for the study was taken from the current live Rushcliffe Residual SMP (523136). The network ‘523-136 Rushcliffe Residual#26’ was verified in 2003. The model was re-verified and upgraded to asset management period (AMP) 5 specifications. This network includes a new asset survey of six relevant manholes in Radcliffe on Trent, Bingham Road CSO and Sydney Grove SPS. The master database has been compiled in InfoWorks CS version 9.5. o To update the model with the proposed development, local 150mm sewers were modelled to serve the development draining to the south end of the site. From here a pumping station was modelled to return flow to the 225mm sewer at MH SK65404201 on Shelford Road. The wet well storage volume of 35.44m3 and pump rate of 5 l/s were calculated using the Severn Trent design standards and Sewers for Adoption design guide. Cover and invert levels for the network were estimated from surrounding manholes.

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Details of proposed development flows used in the assessment are included in Section 2.2. The ‘baseline model’ and ‘proposed model’ were run for dry weather flow analysis and the 20 and 40 year return period events for a suite of storm durations. The results for the critical storm duration (20 year 240 minute and 40 year 240 minute) are reported throughout this report. The models were also run for the 1 year 60 minute and 5 year 90 minute storms, to enable an assessment of CSO performance. The model results were analysed to determine the impact of the additional flows on network performance and identify whether capacity improvements are required.

2.2

Proposed Development Flows

Foul flows arising from the proposed development have been derived using Severn Trent Water standard guidance. Foul flows from the site were modelled based on a total population of 980, based on an occupancy factor of 2.8hd per property x 350 dwellings (as Severn Trent modelling procedure STSMPP304 – Population). Per capita consumption was set at 140 l/hd/day based on observed flow rates.

2.3

Impact of Proposed Development on Sewer Capacity

Impacts of the proposed development on sewer flooding were assessed at nodes predicted to flood more than 1m3, this is summarised in Table 2-1. The impact at each location is assigned an ‘Impact Risk Level’, which considers whether a change in performance as a result of the development is acceptable based on the risk of sewer flooding.

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The impact of the proposed development on CSO performance is included in Table 2-2. The Impact Risk Level considers the change in performance as a result of the development and the nature of the receiving watercourse. CSO performance is analysed using the 1 year 60 minute and 5 year 90 minute storms in line with standard assessment criteria for performance. The impact of the proposed development on SPS is included in Table 2-3. The Impact Risk Level considers the change in flood risk, pollution risk from emergency overflows and pump operation as a result of the proposed development.

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Table 2-1: Predicted impact on sewer flooding >1m for modelled scenarios (baseline and post-development) Impact Risk Level

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Location Road Shelford Rd DWF No surcharge

Baseline performance 20 year event 40 year event DWF No surcharge

Post-development impact 20 year event 40 year event

143.2m3 111.1m3 52.0m3 28.6m3

196.4m3 896.1m3 240.9m3 260.7m3

150.8m3 (+5%) 112.6m3 (+1%) 58.3m3 (+12%) 31.7m3 (+11%)

204.3m3 (+4%) 898.7m3 (+/-0%) 244.3m3 (+1%) 262.7m3 (+1%)

Low

Addington Court

No surcharge

No surcharge

Low

Bingham Road

No surcharge

No surcharge

Low

Berkeley Crescent

No surcharge

No surcharge

Low

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Table 2-2: Predicted Combined Sewer Overflow performance for modelled scenarios (baseline and post-development) Receiving watercourse Combined Sewer Overflow Name CSO Radcliffe on Trent Bingham Road (SOQ-948-99-53) EO Radcliffe on Trent - Main Road (SOQ-948-99-52) CSO Radcliffe on Trent - Sydney Grove SPS (SOQ-948-99-56) Special designation?* No Baseline spill volume (m ) 1year 60 minute event 1057.3m
3 3

Post-development spill volume (m ) 1year 60 minute event 1066.3m (+1%)
3

3

Impact Risk Level

5 year 90 minute event 1767.8m
3

5 year 90 minute event 1780.2m (+/3

River Trent

0%)
615.0m (+1%) 1052.5m (+/3 3

Low

River Trent

No

372.7m

3

610.2m

3

371.2m (+/-0%)
3 3

3

Low

River Trent

No

711.4m

3

1047.6m

720.7m (+1%)

0%)

Low

* ‘Special designation’ refers to environmental designations such as Special Areas of Conservation (SAC) and Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). The special designation may be at the location of the overflow or in downstream reaches of the receiving watercourse.

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Table 2-3: Predicted Sewage Pumping Station performance for modelled scenarios (baseline and post-development) Emergency overflow Sewage Pumping Station Receiving watercourse Special designation? Baseline performance (m ) DWF
Pump operates 0.79 times/hr; Storage for 2hrs @ 3DWF= 3 330.07m ; Meets storage requirement 3 has 363.65m
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Post-development performance (m ) DWF
Pump operates 0.79 times/hr; Storage for 2hrs @ 3DWF= 3 346.41m ; Meets storage requirement 3 has 363.65m

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Impact Risk Level

20 year event

40 year event

20 year event

40 year event

Radcliffe on Trent Sydney Grove SPS

River Trent

No

Spills 3 1724.3m

Spills 3 1881.7m

Spills 3 1742.2m (+1%)

Spills 3 1892.1m (+1%)

Low

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Capacity Improvement Requirements

The overall impact of the development is LOW based on the analysis in Tables 2-1 to 2-3. Impact of the proposed development based on flooding is LOW due to predicted flood volume increases being less than 20m3 per manhole and predicted flooding locations are not near any reported flooding. Impact from the proposed development based on CSO performance is LOW due to predicted overflow volumes increasing less than 10% and outfalls do not drain to specially designated watercourses. Impact of the proposed development based on SPS performance is LOW due to current sufficient storage capacity and minimal increase in overflow operation as well as the age and condition of Sydney Grove SPS. Sewer network capacity improvements are not likely to be required to accommodate flows from the proposed development.

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Conclusions and Recommendations
Conclusions
The impact of foul flows arising from the proposed development at Shelford Road on the sewer network has been assessed using hydraulic modelling. The proposed development is predicted to have the following impacts: o o o Sewer Flooding: Combined Sewer Overflows: Sewage Pumping Stations: LOW LOW LOW

3.2

Recommendations
Based on current model, there are no recommendations to further network capacity investigations.

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Appendix A: Site and Development Information
Figure A-1: Site location plan

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Figure A-2: Local sewerage network and critical assets

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Figure A-3: Known flooding locations

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Figure A-4: Modelled flooding nodes

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Figure A-5: Location plan from developer

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Appendix B: Model Review Proforma

This appendix is for internal use only and has been removed prior to external distribution Information contained within this appendix must not be referred to elsewhere within this report

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Appendix C: Supplementary Information
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Appendix F Surface Water Drainage Proposals

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Return Period (years) 100 Soil 0.400 Area (ha) 18.600 Urban 0.000 SAAR (mm) 600 Region Number Region 4 Results QBAR Rural QBAR Urban l/s 52.8 52.8

Q100 years 135.8 Q1 year 43.9 Q30 years 103.5 Q100 years 135.8

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Summary of Results for 100 year Return Period (+30%)
Storm Event Max Max Max Max Max Max Status Level Depth Control Overflow Σ Outflow Volume (m) (m) (l/s) (l/s) (l/s) (m³) 33.148 33.167 33.177 33.182 33.166 33.134 33.098 33.270 33.292 33.306 33.318 33.306 33.262 33.216 1.148 39.1 0.0 39.1 1.167 39.3 0.0 39.3 1.177 39.5 0.0 39.5 1.182 39.5 0.0 39.5 1.166 39.3 0.0 39.3 1.134 38.9 0.0 38.9 1.098 38.5 0.0 38.5 1.270 40.7 0.0 40.7 1.292 41.0 0.0 41.0 1.306 41.1 0.0 41.1 1.318 41.3 0.0 41.3 1.306 41.1 0.0 41.1 1.262 40.6 0.0 40.6 1.216 40.0 0.0 40.0 Rain Flooded Discharge Overflow (mm/hr) Volume Volume Volume (m³) (m³) (m³) 10.143 8.503 7.359 5.854 4.234 3.057 2.424 10.143 8.503 7.359 5.854 4.234 3.057 2.424 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5888.9 5951.3 5951.7 5874.3 5637.6 9032.5 9468.6 6155.1 6151.1 6122.8 6045.3 5862.4 10065.7 10491.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5990.8 6108.7 6175.0 6208.1 6103.7 5900.4 5671.5 6779.7 6930.3 7023.6 7101.2 7021.2 6731.4 6428.0 Time-Peak (mins) O O O O O O O O O O O O O O K K K K K K K K K K K K K K

480 600 720 960 1440 2160 2880 480 600 720 960 1440 2160 2880

min min min min min min min min min min min min min min

Summer Summer Summer Summer Summer Summer Summer Winter Winter Winter Winter Winter Winter Winter Storm Event

480 600 720 960 1440 2160 2880 480 600 720 960 1440 2160 2880

min min min min min min min min min min min min min min

Summer Summer Summer Summer Summer Summer Summer Winter Winter Winter Winter Winter Winter Winter

486 604 724 962 1238 1604 2000 476 592 708 932 1362 1700 2164

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Page 2 Shelford Road Radcliffe on Trent Single Pond Designed by AG Checked by Source Control 2013.1 Rainfall Details

Rainfall Model FSR Winter Storms Yes Return Period (years) 100 Cv (Summer) 0.750 Region England and Wales Cv (Winter) 0.840 M5-60 (mm) 18.600 Shortest Storm (mins) 480 Ratio R 0.400 Longest Storm (mins) 2880 Summer Storms Yes Climate Change % +30

Time Area Diagram
Total Area (ha) 11.160 Time (mins) From: To: 0 Area (ha) Time (mins) From: To: 4 Area (ha) Time (mins) From: To: 8 Area (ha)

4 3.720

8 3.720

12 3.720

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Page 3 Shelford Road Radcliffe on Trent Single Pond Designed by AG Checked by Source Control 2013.1 Model Details

Storage is Online Cover Level (m) 34.000

Tank or Pond Structure
Invert Level (m) 32.000 Depth (m) Area (m²) Depth (m) Area (m²) Depth (m) Area (m²) Depth (m) Area (m²) 0.000 4122.0 0.750 5563.0 1.500 7116.0 2.000 8000.0

Hydro-Brake® Outflow Control
Design Head (m) 1.500 Hydro-Brake® Type Md5 SW Only Invert Level (m) 32.000 Design Flow (l/s) 43.9 Diameter (mm) 243 Depth (m) Flow (l/s) Depth (m) Flow (l/s) Depth (m) Flow (l/s) Depth (m) Flow (l/s) 0.100 0.200 0.300 0.400 0.500 0.600 0.800 1.000 8.7 21.7 31.3 35.4 36.5 36.3 36.1 37.5 1.200 1.400 1.600 1.800 2.000 2.200 2.400 2.600 39.8 42.4 45.1 47.7 50.3 52.7 55.1 57.3 3.000 3.500 4.000 4.500 5.000 5.500 6.000 6.500 61.6 66.5 71.1 75.4 79.5 83.3 87.1 90.6 7.000 7.500 8.000 8.500 9.000 9.500 94.0 97.3 100.5 103.6 106.6 109.5

Weir Overflow Control
Discharge Coef 0.544 Width (m) 10.000 Invert Level (m) 34.000

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