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IN BRIEF: The Environment Agency


The Environment Agency has awarded the construction contract for its £1.75M flood defences at Pentewan near St Austell in Cornwall to E Thomas Civil Engineering of Truro. A 1.5m diameter, 70m long pipeline is to be installed to take the Pentewan Stream away from the centre of the village, and 80m of stone faced flood walls will be built.

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