Tag Archives: coastal erosion

Call for Evidence on Flooding and Coastal Erosion

Closes 19th August 2019. Defra has issued a call for evidence on:  What we understand by the term ‘resilience’  Describing outcomes, driving action and monitoring progress  Adapting to coastal change Corporation tax relief for business contributions Local funding initiatives for flood risk Developer contributions Managing financial risks from flooding This is a separate call from

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Consultation: Welsh National Strategy for Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management

Closes midnight, 16th September 2019 This is the second National Strategy on Flood and Costal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) for Wales, replacing the 2011 Strategy which has been prepared under the terms of the Flood and Water Management Act 2010. The Welsh Government is seeking views on how it intends to manage the risk to

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Closed Consultation: Draft National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy for England

Closed 23:45 on 4th July 2019 The Environment Agency is seeking views on the draft FCERM strategy which sets out a vision for a nation ready for, and resilient to, flooding and coastal change – today, tomorrow and to the year 2100. Under Section 7 of the Flood and Water Management Act (FWMA) 2010 the Environment

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Closed -consultation on improving our management of water quality in the environment

Closed 11:45 p.m.12th March 2019 Defra is consulting on proposals for improving the long-term planning of water resources and drainage, and proposals to modernise water regulation. The proposals include: reforming abstraction licensing to clarify when the Environment Agency can amend licences amending laws to allow a new charging methodology for Internal Drainage Boards making the

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North West Regional Monitoring Programme Newsletter – April 2016

The latest edition of the North West Regional Monitoring Programme Newsletter can be downloaded below. The newsletter covers what will be happening with the 2016-2020 Coastal Erosion Risk Monitoring (CERMS) programme and an update on data usage, news from Copeland Borough Council on a historic site – Wellington Pit – revealed by storm damage, and

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Closed – consultation: Sefton Council’s Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy 2015-2018

Closes 5th April 2015 Sefton Council is currently consulting on its Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy. The Strategy and the supporting Service Plan and Investment Plan set out the Council’s approach to Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management. Much of what is in these documents is not new but brings together relevant information

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Liverpool Bay a case study area for the iCOASST project

The 4 year, iCOASST project aims to enhance erosion and flood risk management via improving our capability to predict erosion and accretion around the coast and estuaries of the UK.  Liverpool Bay has been one of two demonstration regions used for the project’s activity to provide more detailed mapping of coastal cells, incorporating the enormous

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Coastal protection work near Silloth

Coastal protection work has now been successfully completed on a vulnerable area of the Solway Coast. The scheme, on the B5300 Maryport to Silloth road, has seen A 280 metre length of Rock Armour installed to protect the sand and gravel bank on which the important B5300 Maryport to Silloth coastal road runs between Mawbray and

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