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  • York Flood Alleviation Scheme (FAS) The Clifton & Rawcliffe Community Information Page

    The purpose of this page is to provide information on how the Environment Agency aims to reduce the risk of flooding for homes and businesses along the River Ouse in the Clifton and Rawcliffe community. The York 5 Year Plan identified 10 separate areas at risk of flooding. This includes... More
    Closes in 3 years
  • York Flood Alleviation Scheme (FAS) The River Foss Community Information Page

    The purpose of this page is to provide information on how the Environment Agency aims to reduce the risk of flooding for homes and businesses along the River Foss in York, from the Groves to Strensall. The York 5 Year Plan identified 10 separate areas at risk of flooding. This... More
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  • York Flood Alleviation Scheme (FAS) The Clementhorpe Community Information Page

    The purpose of this page is to provide information on how the Environment Agency aims to reduce the risk of flooding for homes and businesses in the Clementhorpe area. We have been developing plans and actively engaging with the community on potential options since November 2017. We have now... More
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  • York Flood Alleviation Scheme (FAS) The Bishopthorpe Community Information Page

    The purpose of this page is to provide information on how the Environment Agency aims to reduce the risk of flooding for homes and businesses in the Bishopthorpe area. Records from recent flood events and our modelling shows the risk from flooding is greatest along a stretch of Bishopthorpe... More
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  • The York Flood Alleviation Scheme (FAS) York City Centre Community Information Page

    The purpose of this page is to provide information on how the Environment Agency aims to reduce the risk of flooding for homes and businesses along the River Ouse in the York City Centre Community. The York 5 Year Plan identified 10 separate areas at risk of flooding. This includes the... More
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  • York Flood Alleviation Scheme (FAS) The Naburn & Acaster Malbis Community Information Page

    The purpose of this page is to provide information on how the Environment Agency aims to reduce the risk of flooding for homes and businesses along the River Ouse in Naburn and Acaster Malbis . The Naburn Flood Cell We have been working closely with Naburn Flood Group for a number of... More
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  • York Flood Alleviation Scheme (FAS) The Osbaldwick and Tang Hall Beck Community Information Page

    The purpose of this page is to provide information on how the Environment Agency aims to reduce the risk of flooding for homes and businesses along Osbaldwick and Tang Hall becks. From our modelling and experience from recent floods we have undertaken initial assessments of the risk of... More
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  • York Flood Alleviation Scheme (FAS) Information page

    The rivers Ouse and Foss flowing through York have been instrumental in the city’s success, providing first a defensive role for the Roman settlers, then an artery for trade and industrial growth as the city expanded. Our relationship with the rivers has not been without problems. Throughout... More
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  • York Flood Alleviation Scheme (FAS) The Foss Confluence to Fulford Community Information Page

    The purpose of this page is to provide information on how the Environment Agency aims to reduce the risk of flooding for homes and businesses in the Foss Confluence to Fulford area. We have been developing plans and actively engaging with the community on potential options since November 2017.... More
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  • The Foss Barrier Information Page

    The purpose of this page is to provide information on how upgrades to the Foss Barrier in York are progressing. On Boxing Day 2015 the city of York experienced exceptional flooding, affecting over 600 homes and businesses across the city. The volume of water in the Foss catchment was... More
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  • River basin planning

    Water is a precious resource that we can’t live without; from supplying drinking water and supporting fisheries, to providing an essential resource to business and agriculture, and a source of recreation. Water pollution and drought threaten these things. Therefore it is... More
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  • Humber: Hull Frontage Flood Defence Improvements

    The Humber: Hull Frontage scheme is a £42 million flood defence scheme to upgrade the tidal flood defences along the Humber edge of the city of Hull. The scheme will reduce the risk of flooding from the Humber Estuary to 113,000 properties. Contractor BBM JV – a joint... More
    Closes in 2 years
  • Building collaboration through engagement to manage flood and coastal erosion risk – project information page

    We know climate change is going to increase flood or coastal erosion risk for many communities. There will be some places where the current ways to manage risk will not work in the long term, and alternative, more sustainable options will be needed. We need to work closely with those... More
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  • Ponteland Flood Alleviation Scheme Information Page

    Ponteland currently benefits from a series of flood embankments and flood walls along the River Pont. We are working with partners to investigate and better understand flood risk in Ponteland. What have we done so far? We have been working to improve our understanding of flood... More
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  • Burton Flood Risk Management Scheme Information Page 1

    Updated November 2018 - Next update due 31 January 2019 Background Burton is entwined with the River Trent, its history is fundamentally linked to the river and its growth has depended on it. Before the defences were built flood events regularly impacted on... More
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  • The River Pinn Project information page

    Updated October 2018 The River Pinn catchment is in the west of the Greater London area. It flows through the London Boroughs of Harrow and Hillingdon before joining the Frays River in Uxbridge. The Pinn is joined by several smaller rivers along its length, including the Cannon Brook in... More
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  • Onshore oil and gas regulation - information page

    The Environment Agency is the environmental regulator for onshore oil and gas operations in England. We ensure that oil and gas operations are carried out in a way that protects people and the environment. We work with a number of regulatory bodies to oversee shale gas exploration in England.... More
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  • The River Roding Project information page

    Updated October 2018 The Environment Agency are working with London Borough of Redbridge council to reduce flooding to homes and businesses in Woodford and surrounding areas from the River Roding. We have identified options to achieve this, but we can't do this without additional support.... More
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  • Information on INEOS Upstream Limited’s exploration sites

    Information on INEOS Upstream Limited’s exploration sites The Environment Agency is the environmental regulator for onshore oil and gas operations in England. We ensure that people and the environment remain protected by requiring operators to hold environmental permits that set out... More
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  • Advisory FCERM National Strategy Review: Baseline Survey

    In this form we are finding out some baseline information to contribute to the project evaluation and as a result the form is longer than it would otherwise be and the end of event feedback form for future meetings will revert to a shorter version. Thank you in advance for completing the form... More
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  • FCERM Strategy - Evidence

    During the scoping phase of the FCERM Strategy, information and evidence on flood and coastal change was pulled together to help inform and to stimulate discussion. This information was collated from a range of sources and organisations involved in flood and coastal erosion risk management. ... More
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  • FCERM Strategy - Water Focused Decision Making

    This page summarises the scope we gave this working group when it began meeting in June. You will find the latest documents from this working group at the bottom of this page. How can we all put water at the heart of everyone’s decision making? This group will look at how we... More
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  • FCERM Strategy - Protection and Funding

    This page summarises the scope we gave this working group when it began meeting in June. You will find the latest documents from this working group at the bottom of this page. What do we all want to protect and how can we collectively fund it? This group will consider the challenge... More
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  • FCERM Strategy - Communities and Businesses

    This page summarises the scope we gave this working group when it began meeting in June. You will find the latest documents from this working group at the bottom of this page. What part do individuals, communities and businesses play? This group will look at how those with... More
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  • FCERM National Strategy - Ambition Working Group

    This page summarises the scope we gave this working group when it began meeting in May. You will find the latest documents from this working group at the bottom of this page. What will flood and coastal erosion risk management look like in 2050? This group will set out the 25 year... More
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  • FCERM Strategy - Roles and Responsibilities

    This page summarises the scope we gave this working group when it began meeting in June. You will find the latest documents from this working group at the bottom of this page. How do we develop the current roles and responsibilities of professional partners to be effective, simple and... More
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  • FCERM Strategy Review: End of Event Evaluation

    In this form we are finding out some information to contribute to the project evaluation, as well as your views about today’s session. Thank you in advance for completing the form and contributing to the evaluation of this process. More
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  • Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management National Strategy Information

    Introduction The future is going to be challenging. Our climate is changing with increased risk of stormy weather and rainfall. Our population is growing. And society has high expectations. Between us we will face difficult decisions about how to manage the impact of this on flood and... More
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  • The Houghton Brook flood storage area information page

    Updated October 2018 Background Luton has a long history of flooding from the River Lea and its tributaries, in particular where the Houghton Brook joins the River Lea around Toddington Road. During one of the most recent flooding events in 2007, Luton Central Fire Station, the A6,... More
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  • Third Energy - Kirby Misperton (KM8 well) information page

    Regulation of Third Energy’s Kirby Misperton (KM8 well) site Third Energy plans to carry out hydraulic fracturing (fracking) at its KM8 well site. We have previously consulted on their applications for the environmental permits required. These were issued in April 2016. They set out... More
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