Tag Archives: flood risk

Consultation on proposals for new and amended standard rules for flood risk activities

Closes 8 p.m. 11th January 2019 The Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016 allow the Environment Agency to offer standard rules for specific activities. This consultation proposes amendments to the existing standard rules and the creation of three new standard rules. The overall aim is to increase the uptake of flood risk activity standard

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Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) News – May 2016

The newsletter for the Defra, Environment Agency, Natural Resources Wales and the Welsh Government Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) Research and Development programme for May has been published and covers the following topics: Policy, Strategy & Investment Catchment process modelling The costs and impacts of the 2013-14 winter floods Public dialogues on flood risk

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New European Climate Adaptation Newsletter published (European Environment Agency, February 2015)

A new newsletter focussing on climate change adaptation has been published by the European Environment Agency (EEA). The aim is to share news and information on climate change adaptation actions and research activies all across the EU. It includes reports on the outcomes of the United Nations Climate Conference in Lima, the Mayors Adapt initiative, newly

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New ‘Flood Ready’ website launched

On 29th October the new Flood Ready website was launched. Flood Ready is an online resource which seeks to raise public awareness of flooding within the UK’s North Western region. The website is designed to engage communities such as families and schools to educate them on the risks and impacts of flooding. Flood Ready is looking for partners

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Closed – consultation on Draft Flood Risk Management Plans

Consultation closes 31st January 2015 at 23:45 p.m. The Environment Agency is seeking views on proposals to reduce flood risks to communities and deal with the impacts of flooding. Draft plans have been produced for each River Basin District in England and the cross-border catchments of the Severn and Dee (developed jointly with Natural Resources Wales).

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