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This local spaces area provides a link to the ‘Your Local Area’ map. On this, there will be information on completed and ongoing flood schemes, natural flood management schemes, flood action and community groups established in your area and information on local events.

Lancashire Partnership

The Lancashire Partnership is one of five Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) Partnerships reporting to the North West RFCC alongside Cumbria, Merseyside, Cheshire Mid-Mersey and The Association of Greater Manchester Authorities (AGMA). All the FCERM Partnerships in the North West bring together the key agencies/authorities and other organisations/stakeholders to deliver an integrated and collaborative approach to manage flood risk.

The Lancashire partnership includes all Risk Management Authorities (RMA) as defined in the Flood and Water Management Act; the Lead Local Flood Authorities (LLFAs), the Environment Agency, United Utilities, and in Lancashire, the twelve district authorities. The Lead Local Flood Authorities in Lancashire are Lancashire County Council, Blackpool Council and Blackburn-with-Darwen Council, who also have duties as the highway authority with regard to the management of flood risk.

As well as the RMAs, the partnership works with the river catchment management groups, and community and flood action groups.

The information above has been provided by the Lancashire Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management Partnership. Last updated: March 2019

Click here to see our interactive map and search for schemes, groups and events going on in your area.

To view the Environment Agency’s five year flood and coastal risk management asset maintenance programme, click here. For more details on the programme, click here.


Below you can find information of flood risk management schemes for areas within Lancashire:



Environment Agency update for the Galgate Community July 2019



Click here to download the Padiham Flood Risk Management Scheme newsletter September 2019





Click here to view the useful links for Lancashire