Latest News Items
29 April, 2022
The Grangemouth Flood Protection Scheme have announced the winning and highly commended groups who took part in the STEM education programme developed by the project team. Read press release
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Phase 6 Ground Investigations
Phase 6 has been awarded to Dunelm Geotechnical and will involve the drilling of boreholes and other investigations in the area south of the M9 around the West Quarter Burn and along the flood relief channel.
13 January, 2022
The Grangemouth Flood Protection Scheme’s “budding” flood engineers have started work on its new STEM education programme for schools, which launched this week. Read press release
14 December, 2020
Tree Felling and Planting
Further information relating to tree felling and planting has been added to provide greater clarify on trees to be felled and the replacement tree planting proposed. Read about tree felling and planting
We are delighted to launch our new brand and logo. In addition we have a new website and you can now follow us on Twitter and Facebook for the latest developments on the project.
Phase 7 Ground Investigations
The next phase of ground investigations has been awarded to Dunelm Geotechnical and will involve the drilling of boreholes and other investigations in the area south of the M9 around the West Quarter Burn and along the flood relief channel.
19 November, 2020
The next stage of the Grangemouth Flood Protection Scheme, covering communities in in Wholeflats, Glensburgh, Langlees, Carron, Carronshore, Grangemouth and parts of Stirling Road, Camelon will be launched next week. Read press release
Malcolm Hughes Surveyors have been undertaking further topographic surveys at various locations. This information allows us to build up and understanding of the topography as we develop the plans detailing the position and heights of flood defences.
March 24, 2020
Due to COVID-19 and current government guidance all fieldworks associated with geotechnical investigations, topographic surveys etc have been suspended.