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Work Progressing on Dallas Flood Scheme
Work is well under way on a scheme to protect a Moray village from further flooding.
Homes in Dallas suffered £600,000 of damage when the River Lossie burst its banks following a period of torrential rain in August 2014.
In what was the village’s worst flooding event in living memory, 27 properties were flooded internally and a further 12 were flooded externally.
Work on the flood scheme began last month and involves the creation of a 440m long embankment between the river and the village.
It is anticipated that the work will be completed by early next month.
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