The Environment Agency have launched a public engagement platform for the Preston and South Ribble flood scheme.
The government extension will allow households and businesses to apply for funding from eligible councils after coronavirus delays.
Lancaster City Council have announced an important update for residents in the Hala area of Lancaster about the proposed removal/replacement of the pedestrian footbridge on the path between Gressingham Drive and Lentwroth Drive.
The Investment Readiness Fund will support the development of natural environment projects to generate revenue from ecosystem services and attract repayable investment.
From Monday 21st - Friday 25th September, we are running a Flood Resilience Awareness Week to raise awareness and encourage people to increase their resilience to flooding.
Project designed to showcase natural flood management techniques and restore peatland on treasured local moorland is about to start.
The Met Office along with partners Met Éireann and KNMI have revealed the list of storm names for the UK, Ireland and Netherlands for the next season.
As part of the third auction of the Woodland Carbon Guarantee, farmers and landowners are being offered £10m to help create new woodlands.
The final section of the Sea Defence Project at Fairhaven Lake has been completed and is now open to the public.
Since 2015, the #30days30waysUK campaign aims to inspire and empower people to be ready and better prepared for a wide range of risks and their consequences such as flooding, fire, power cuts etc.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust have announced that they are reintroducing beavers back into Cheshire after 400 years.
The Flood Risk Management Scheme in Egremont will reduce the flood risk to 220 residential and business properties, improve the local environment and community amenities.
From Monday 27th - Friday 31st July, we are running a Natural Flood Management (NFM) Awareness Week to increase the awareness of NFM and its multiple benefits!
336,000 properties in England better protected from flooding by 2027 with record £5.2 billion investment
Returning to business as usual after the Coronavirus pandemic won’t be enough to address the challenges of the future, warns Sir James Bevan, chief executive of the Environment Agency.
Government believes that on-site plans should be an essential part of maintaining public safety.
Public Health England (PHE) have recently carried out research which shows that people who experience flooding in their homes can suffer from mental health illnesses, such as depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This has an economic impact, including costs to the health service and lost days at work.
From Monday 15th June - Friday 19th June, we are running a Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) Awareness Week to increase the awareness and importance of SuDS!
Following a consultation period in early 2020, a new sustainable drainage systems (SuDS) pro-forma and accompanying guidance have been created for use by Local Planning Authorities as part of their planning documentation.
New flood walls and embankments are being built on Caton Road to protect many homes and businesses from flooding following the December 2015 flooding.
Flood & Coast is a unique three-day event bringing together a diverse range of people to advance the global debate about flood and coastal erosion risk management (FCERM) in a changing climate.