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Home > News > News Archive > Healey announces further compensation for flood-affected communities - Rotherham and North Lincolnshire share £500,000

Healey announces further compensation for flood-affected communities - Rotherham and North Lincolnshire share £500,000

Published: Tue, 12 Feb 2008 13:18:27

Floods Recovery Minister John Healey today confirmed nearly £1.6million funding to six authorities across the country, to help get communities back to normal following last summer's floods.

These payments are being made under the Bellwin scheme, which covers the costs incurred by local authorities during immediate action to safeguard residents and property or prevent suffering as a result of a disaster or emergency.

The payments include:
* Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council will receive £435,721
* North Lincolnshire Council will receive £70,082

This brings total payments under the Bellwin scheme so far to £10,385,036 and is on top of the £63million of other Government support for all flood-hit areas.


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