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United Utilities held a partnership event in September 2019 to understand how risk management authorities can work better to manage flood risk from new developments.
West Cumbria River’s Trust are appealing for volunteers to help with a project aiming to reduce flood risk in the village of Flimby.
Plans for a giant living, green wall have been approved by Liverpool City Council as part of a global effort to increase green space in city centres.
The 4th October marked ten years since the Environment Agency and the Met Office formed a partnership and saved lives, livelihoods and protected infrastructure.
Manchester’s water company is on a mission to make the city’s sewers free of fatbergs.
Local residents and businesses are invited to attend a number of engagement events hosted by the Environment Agency to share their views on the Preston and South Ribble Flood Risk Management Scheme.
Flood risk in Seascale will be reduced and water quality improved following a joint project between West Cumbria Rivers Trust and Cumbria County Council.
Around 100 homes and businesses, across the North West, will be better protected from flooding following the completion of preventative works by the Environment Agency and its partners.
A natural flood management (NFM) trial has been launched at farm on the border of Yorkshire and Lancashire to help reduce the risk of flooding.
As the world becomes increasingly impacted by climate change, understanding more about the potential future intensity of hourly rainfall and extreme daytime temperatures is key to the UK’S resilience.
Environment Secretary Theresa Villiers has announced a new round of flood defence investment for communities across Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cumbria, the North East and the South East of England.
The North West RFCC has released its new Business Plan which sets out its priorities and actions for 2019 to 2022.
The project involved repairing a culvert which ran through the town to protect 91 homes and 17 businesses from flooding.
Cumbria County Council is investing approximately £650,000 in surfacing and drainage works as part of the council’s Infrastructure Recovery Programme.
On the 2nd September, work on the major engineering designed to increase Keswick’s flood resilience is due to begin.
Work continues in towns and villages across the North West and parts of Derbyshire after being hit by heavy flooding
Stockport Council are offering grants of up to £200 to residents whose homes had internally flooded between the 28th July and the 9th August 2019.
Lancashire County Council have published an overview report of the flooding which hit parts of Lancashire in November.
The report summarises the activities carried out by risk management authorities (RMAs) in England.
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.
Help to plant native cottongrass plug plants into small areas of bare peat around the pools.
Help to collect peat-forming Sphagnum moss and translocate it into new pools.
Follow up maintenance for continued recovery. Collecting peat-forming bog mosses (Sphagnum) and transplanting them into bare areas.
For 'World Habitat Day' Lancashire Wildlife Trust will be erecting fences and planting Marram grass plugs in the foredunes of the Fylde Sand Dunes at North Beach, St Anne's.