Carbon Brief has produced an interactive map showing where £4.4 billion of flood protection over the current five year period will be spent in England. It reveals that the south-east, which has around 32% of England’s population, will receive 60% of the government’s planned funding. 2015-2016 Annual report EA Erosion & Flood Risk Management https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/611614/National_Flood_Risk_Report_LIT_10517.pdf […]

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Updated documentation of the current programme from the Environment Agency Between April 2015 and March 2021, government will invest £2.5 billion to reduce the risks of flooding and coastal erosion. Local authorities, internal drainage boards and the Environment Agency are working together with local communities to develop 1,500 schemes. These schemes will reduce flood risk […]

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Environment Agency Annual fisheries reports Fisheries activity and expenditure in England for the financial year 2015 to 2016, including partnership working and delivery projects. Reports for England and Regions. Environment Agency publishes annual report on flood and coastal erosion risk The Environment Agency has published its annual report on flood and coastal erosion risk management work […]

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MPs from the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee are calling for an overhaul of flood management in England to tackle the rising risk to communities from climate change in a report on Future flood prevention. Read the report summary Read the report conclusions and recommendations Read the full report: Future flood prevention  Five million people at […]

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