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  • Sanway-Byfleet Flood Alleviation Scheme

    Overview This web page has been set up to share information about the Sanway-Byfleet Flood Alleviation Scheme. The scheme is being developed by the Environment Agency in partnership with Woking Borough Council, Surrey County Council, Surrey Wildlife Trust, Byfleet Flood Forum, National Highways, Royal Horticultural Society, Thames Water, and the local community. The scheme reduces flooding to properties in the Sanway area with new flood walls... More
    Closes 29 May 2026
  • Tidal River Thames Citizens' Jury on Rethinking Water

    The Rethinking Water Citizens’ Jury was organised by the Environment Agency and a Local Advisory Group, working with the Involve Foundation ; an independent charity, who acted as the main point of contact for jury members throughout the process. The jury, which took place in March 2022, debated local issues, shared ideas and questioned environmental experts on all aspects of the water environment. This projects aim was to involve local communities in decisions about the... More
    Closes 25 May 2026
  • Citizens’ Jury for Windermere Catchment (Cumbria) - Information page

    The Rethinking Water Citizens’ Jury was put together by the Environment Agency and a Local Advisory Group working with the Involve Foundation; an independant charity, who acted as the main point of contact for panel members throughout the process. The Panel, which took place over four days in March 2022, debated local issues, shared ideas and questioned experts on all aspects of the water environment in the Windermere catchment. This project brought together people from all... More
    Closes 25 May 2026
  • River Slea Flood Resilience Project

    Welcome to the River Slea Flood Resilience Project! This webpage contains up to date project information, including the latest newsletters, upcoming events and key project updates. This page will be regularly updated to keep you informed and aware of project progress. Contents Click here for the contents page What is the River Slea Flood Resilience project? Tell Us! Where is the project area? What are the project objectives? Project... More
    Closes 16 April 2026
  • Bellhouse Landfill Site

    Welcome to the Bellhouse Community Briefing Page We have created this page to provide easy access to information on Bellhouse Landfill Site. Bellhouse Landfill Site is run by the operator Enovert South Limited, under permit reference EPR/NP3736DS. Since November 2023, we have recorded an increased number of reports of odour from Bellhouse Landfill Site off Warren Lane, Colchester, CO3 0NN. We will keep the community up to... More
    Closes 31 March 2026
  • SEEBEYOND

    Our Vision is to create a level playing field to help food companies realise ambitious environmental goals and transition to sustainability. The Environment Agency's SEEBEYOND project aims to improve the quality, transparency, and traceability of environmental data in the UK's Food and Drink Sector. It achieves this by standardising environmental metrics and data description to enable an automation of data exchange across different computer systems and platforms. SEEBEYOND is... More
    Closes 31 March 2026
  • Beales Corner, Bewdley, Flood Risk Management Scheme

    Page created February 2021. Last u pdated 24 May 2024 *Project Updates* 24 May, 2024 Please see the 24 May 2024 update on the Beales Corner, Bewdley Flood Risk Management Scheme. 17 May, 2024 Please see the 17 May 2024 update on the Beales Corner, Bewdley Flood Risk Management Scheme. 10 May, 2024 Please see the 10 May 2024 update on the Beales Corner, Bewdley Flood... More
    Closes 31 March 2026
  • Bankwood Lane: Morris & Co (Handlers) Ltd and Eco-Power Environmental Ltd Information Page

    We regulate four permitted sites in and around Bankwood Lane Industrial Estate, Rossington. It is our role to assess whether these sites are complying with the conditions in their environmental permits and not causing nuisance beyond their site boundaries. Where breaches of a permit are identified we can act and require the operator to rectify this. City of Doncaster Council has responsibility to enforce planning matters such as operating hours, parking and the... More
    Closes 3 February 2026
  • Buckden Landfill Site

    Welcome to Buckden Landfill Site community briefing page. As the primary regulator of Buckden Landfill, we publish this page to share information about the landfill site and to outline some of our activities to keep the public informed. We aim to provide updates monthly. Our Role Our role as an environmental regulator is to work with people and businesses. We provide advice and guidance and help them do the right thing for people... More
    Closes 31 January 2026
  • Environmental Regulation of Drax Power Limited - Information Page

    We have created this web page to provide easy access to information on a staged environmental permit application from Drax Power Limited (Drax). Environmental regulation of Drax Drax hold an environmental permit for burning biomass. It sets out legally binding conditions for operation covering air emissions, fuel storage, water treatment and discharge. The permit also includes monitoring and reporting requirements. Drax is proposing to develop... More
    Closes 31 December 2025
  • Property Flood Resilience

    What is this page for? This page is to help people understand what Property Flood Resilience (PFR) is and its importance in reducing flood damage. Contents The cost of flooded homes What is Property Flood Resilience (PFR)? PFR in building climate resilience Advantages of PFR Build your flood resilience FAQs The cost of flooded homes The effects of flooding are profound, both emotionally and financially. In 2014, the average... More
    Closes 31 December 2025
  • East Anglia Flood Resilience Information Page

    The purpose of this page is to provide further information to those properties who are in an area at risk of fluvial flooding, but who are not considered to be at significant risk and so will not be able to be taken forward in the Environment Agency's Property Flood Resilience project. Below is further information on flood risk and possible measures to protect your property from flooding. What is “flood risk”? “Flood risk” is a combination of... More
    Closes 31 December 2025
  • East Anglia Property Flood Resilience Project

    What is this project about? An Environment Agency project to deliver Property Flood Resilience (PFR) measures to properties in East Anglia which are currently at risk of flooding from main rivers. Why are we doing this? There are a number of locations in East Anglia where there are houses at risk of frequent flooding or have flooded recently, and due to the isolated location of the properties there is no opportunity to develop a... More
    Closes 31 December 2025
  • Bungay and the Surrounding Area Flood Risk Management Scheme - information page

    Welcome to the Bungay Flood Risk Management Scheme information page. The Environment Agency have created this page to provide easy access to information on the Bungay project. We will be updating this site as the project progresses, so please keep checking back for what's new. If you would like to be added to our mailing list to receive updates on this project, please email Enquiries_EastAnglia@environment-agency.gov.ukagency.gov.uk Last update: October 2022... More
    Closes 31 December 2025
  • Coggeshall, Feering and Kelvedon Flood Alleviation Scheme – information page

    The scheme is designed to reduce the risk of flooding from the River Blackwater to around 300 properties. The project will reduce this risk by holding back floodwaters in the River Blackwater valley during times of flood. Last update: March 2023 Following our public drop-in events with the Coggeshall, Feering and Kelvedon communities in summer 2019, we have continued work to finalise the design for the Coggeshall, Feering and Kelvedon flood alleviation scheme, which aims... More
    Closes 31 December 2025
  • Canvey Island southern shoreline revetment project - information page

    This project will maintain the existing high level of tidal flood risk protection to thousands of homes, businesses and infrastructure on Canvey Island into the future, a key aspiration of the Thames Estuary 2100 Plan . It will protect the tidal defences against erosion and extend their useful life to 2070 in light of increasing sea levels due to climate change. The works are planned and delivered as part of the Thames Estuary Asset Management (TEAM) 2100 Programme .... More
    Closes 31 October 2025
  • Sustainable Abstraction in East Anglia

    The Environment Agency is England’s environmental regulator, and it is its duty to ensure that water supplies are sustainable for the future. If no action is taken now, many areas of England will face water shortages by 2050, as water demand from people, industry and agriculture will exceed water availability in many parts of the country. The Environment Agency’s Restoring Sustainable Abstraction (RSA) programme has returned 49 billion litres of water a year to the... More
    Closes 31 October 2025
  • Thorney Island Habitat Creation Scheme Information Page

    Welcome to the Thorney Island Habitat Creation Scheme The Environment Agency have created this page to provide easy access to information on the Thorney Island Habitat Creation Scheme. This page will be updated as the scheme progress, so please check back for project updates. If you would like to be added to our mailing list and receive the monthly newsletter and project updates, please email Thorney.Island@environment-agency.gov.uk Overview ... More
    Closes 1 October 2025
  • West London Communities Information Page

    Updated on 3 May 2024 What is this page? This page contains the latest updates from the West London Communities project. It provides the context for why the project is being delivered and also gives you links to important related information, including recent newsletters, FAQs and other related projects going ahead that link to this one. Links to relevant documents can be found at the bottom of this page. We will update this page every 6 months at this stage of the project; we... More
    Closes 30 September 2025
  • Information on Pilsworth South Landfill, Pilsworth Road, Unsworth, Bury BL9 8QZ

    We have created this page to provide easy access to information on Pilsworth South Landfill Site. Since November 2023, we have recorded an increased number of reports of odour from Pilsworth South Landfill site. We will keep the community up to date with any developments on our response to the increased reports and will share any new updates here. Please check back regularly for further information. What you will find in this page: The role of the... More
    Closes 8 August 2025
  • River Idle

    This information page provides an overview of the River Idle, its history, our current understanding and work, legislation, future work and investigations. Please use the Fact Banks below to find the sections relevant for you.  Geography of the area The River Idle is a 30 mile long river in Nottinghamshire. It begins at the confluence of the River Maun and River Meden, near Markham Moor. From there, it flows north... More
    Closes 5 August 2025
  • West Midlands Drought page

    The Situation The Environment Agency’s West Midlands area is in Normal Drought status along with the rest of England, with all our drought indications in a good position. We are monitoring the situation and will continue to review this over the coming months. Over the last 6 months we have seen a large amount of rainfall, the wettest since records began in 1871. Our reservoirs are operating within normal levels for this time of year, and there are currently... More
    Closes 31 July 2025
  • Lydd Ranges Sea Defences Scheme - Gallery

    November 2021: The groyne installation progress and finished works for the year. The barge taking shingle to the beach as part of the interim beach nourishment. Work gets underway on the Lydd Ranges Scheme The first groyne pile going in at Lydd Ranges. The Green Wall track looking west from the Jury’s Gap compound. Timber groynes will be instated to stabilise the beach and new beach... More
    Closes 23 July 2025
  • Lydd Ranges Sea Defences Scheme - Environment

    The  Lydd Ranges frontage extends eastwards from Jury’s Gap near Camber in East Sussex and for approximately 8.2km to Dungeness nuclear power station, Kent. The area within and surrounding the Lydd Ranges frontage is of high nature conservation value. This is reflected in the extensive statutory designations that are present throughout the study area, including: Dungeness Special Area of Conservation (SAC) Dungeness, Romney Marsh and Rye... More
    Closes 23 July 2025
  • Lydd Ranges Sea Defences Scheme - Upcoming works

    May 2023 update Shortly, we will be resuming works on the Lydd Ranges Sea Defences Scheme. We expect the scheme to be complete at the end of 2023. The works we will complete this year and timings are summarised in the table below. The majority of the works are continuations of works from the previous years, using similar equipment and methodology, with two exceptions: This year, some rock will be moved by lorry to planned works in Shoreham, Sussex. This will... More
    Closes 23 July 2025
  • Lydd Ranges Sea Defences Scheme - Why do we need the scheme?

    The  Lydd Ranges frontage extends from Jury’s Gap near Camber in East Sussex and extends eastwards for approximately 8.2km to Dungeness nuclear power station, Kent. The Folkestone to Cliff End Strategy (FoCES) reports 600 properties at risk of flooding from a 0.5% AEP event by 2108. 30 properties would be immediately at-risk, post breach (failure) of the defences. The Lydd Ranges and infrastructure would also be at risk. The site is a premier live firing... More
    Closes 23 July 2025
  • Lydd Ranges Sea Defences Scheme - Timeline

    The site compound is located within the Environment Agency’s existing compound at Jury’s Gap. We have also established a satellite compound at South Brooks, which will reduce some of the activity that otherwise would have taken place at Jury’s Gap. We will be starting works on the beach in summer 2021. Please see the map below which shows the key works for each year: 2021: works between Jury’s Gap and South Brooks (groynes, Green Wall, beach... More
    Closes 23 July 2025
  • Lydd Ranges Sea Defences Scheme

    Welcome to the Lydd Ranges Sea Defences Scheme information page. Work on the scheme started in July to improve the existing sea defences to reduce the risk of coastal flooding. Once completed it will help better protect this environmentally important area, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) Lydd firing range and people, property and businesses within the Romney Marsh area from coastal flooding and erosion. To learn more about the scheme please watch our welcome video . ... More
    Closes 17 July 2025
  • Retford Information Page

    Retford Beck Information Page Map showing who looks after each of the watercourses across Retford Geography of area Retford sits in the low-lying River Idle valley, where the Idle flows through the town from south to north. Retford Beck is a tributary of the Idle and arises in the high ground to the east of Retford. Both the River Idle and the Retford Beck are designated Main River. Annotated Aerial view of the lower Retford Beck catchment.... More
    Closes 27 June 2025
  • Keighley & Stockbridge FAS

    Reducing Flood Risk, Helping Keighley to Thrive We can't prevent flooding from rivers and streams entirely, but we can reduce the risk of flooding. By working with our partners and people who are at risk, we can minimise its effects and reduce the damage it causes. Welcome to the Keighley and Stockbridge Flood Alleviation Scheme Information Page. We have created this page to share information and updates on the planned flood... More
    Closes 20 June 2025
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