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Haweswater Aqueduct Resilience Programme (HARP)

The Haweswater Aqueduct Resilience Programme (HARP) is a scheme to replace sections of the Haweswater Pipeline that runs from Cumbria to Greater Manchester.

As some replacement pipelines are within the Ribble Valley we (as the Local Planning Authority) will receive the planning applications.

These documents and others will be available on this page as well as the planning application search for each application.

To find out more about the overall programme of works, please visit the United Utilities consultation website where you will find a virtual exhibition.

United Utilities HARP virtual exhibition - https://harpconsultation.co.uk/  The latest plans for the Bowland and Marl Hill sections can be viewed at www.harpconsultation.co.uk and there will be a live webinar on Thursday 3 June at 6pm.  To register to join the event you should visit the virtual exhibition home page and follow the online instructions.  Planning applications for these latest plans will be submitted to Ribble Valley Borough Council and Lancaster City Council later in June 2021.

Planning Applications

 

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