NDC Chairman complains of ‘royal runaround’ to clear blocked Corentyne outfalls

Residents of areas in the Corentyne are complaining that over 3,000 acres of cash crop, rice and cattle farming land are under water.

According to the residents, this was a result of the outfall channels being completely clogged. The villages that have been hit by flooding are all within the Lancaster/Hogstye Neighbourhood Democratic Council (NDC). The four main villages are Lancaster, Ulverston, Liverpool and Manchester.

Residents complained that after a day of rainfall the villages would usually flood due to….