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Flood Risk Management Consultations

Consultations launch on draft Flood Risk Management and River Basin Management plans

The Environment Agency has launched consultations on their draft Flood Risk Management Plans and draft River Basin Management Plans.

Draft Flood Risk Management Plans

The public consultation for the draft Flood Risk Management Plans launched on 22 October 2021 and will run for three months, until 21 January 2022.

The Environment Agency has worked with Lead Local Flood Authorities and other Risk Management Authorities to produce them.

One of the draft plans focusses on the River Severn catchment and highlights Redditch as a potential flood risk area.

Anyone who would like to give their feedback on one or more of the plans can do so on the Environment Agency’s consultation hub (opens in a new window).

More information about the plans can be found on the Environment Agency Flood Risk Management Plans (opens in a new window).

Draft River Basin Management Plans

The public consultation for the draft River Basin Management Plans launched on 22nd October 2021 and will run for six months, until 22nd April 2022.

The draft plans are strategic plans for protecting and improving the water environment.

Anyone who would like to submit their views on the draft plans can do so on the Environment Agency's online consultation hub (opens in a new window).

More information about the plans can be found on the Environment Agency website Draft River Basin Management Plans (opens in a new window).