Developers also envisage that Ouse
Street will become one way for traffic, allowing parallel roadside parking.
Andy Bennison, Anglian Waterways engineer, who has managed the project said: The existing landing stages have been taken away to be refurbished and re-used elsewhere on the River Great Ouse
Open water swimmer Matt Clarke, 31, of Milton Keynes, Bucks, who regu-larly has a dip in the River Great Ouse
"I'm not really worried, but I will be keeping an eye out for them.
The Environment Agency said rivers such as the Ouse
, which flows through York, and the Dane, which flows through Crewe, Nantwich and Northwich, posed a real risk of flooding.
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WB: I believe his original plan was to go to Norfolk but they had to turn back at the River Ouse
because the ferryman was drunk on turnip gin.
Summary: A body found in the River Ouse
in York is not that of missing university chef Claudia Lawrence, police have said.
The 21lb 1oz record-holder was attacked and killed by wild mink, according to the Milton Keynes club syndicate which controls the Adams Mill stretch of the upper Great Ouse
, in Buckinghamshire, where the heavyweight patrolled its patch.
Outside the court detectives said their intelligence suggested her body had been dumped in the open somewhere between the West Hill villages along the River Humber to the River Ouse
and up to the north of York.
On Saturday veteran rowers from the universities battled over the same mile-and-half course on the Great Ouse
at Queen Adelaide to commemorate the 1944 race, which Oxford won by three-quarters of a length.
Titled On The River Ouse
With A View To York Minster in the Distance, it was found by Ayr-based auctioneers David Callan, 65, and his son Michael, 39.
Mr Nicholas Lightowler, 57, disappeared two weeks ago on the day his pounds 180,000 Fairline motor cruiser was found drifting down the River Ouse
at Nether Poppleton near York.
The contract will see Lumsden and Carroll, Eshs civil engineering division, build two large storm-water pumping stations on the banks of the Humber on behalf of its client, the Ouse
and Humber Drainage Board (OHDB).
The fundraisers already completed include a sponsored walk which raised PS1,800 and a charity day at RAF Linton on Ouse
which was organised by Mike Davies and raised PS900 from its three attendees.