Flood Risk Management Strategy for the City of Derby
|Why are we consulting?||
Following the widespread flooding that took place in England in June and July 2007, the government commissioned Sir Michael Pitt to undertake an independent review of flood risk management arrangements in England and Wales.
The final report contained a detailed assessment of what happened during the 2007 floods and what we might have done differently to reduce the impact of such events.
The consultation provides the opportunity for residents and stakeholders to review the costed action contained within the strategy, so that future actions taken by the council, where ever possible, align with stakeholder priorities. You can have an input in to the Local Flood Risk Management Strategy which the council intends adopt at the earliest opportunity in 2017. We also are asking for feedback on the Strategic Environmental Assessment Scoping Report.
|Who are we consulting?||
Members of the Public, Neighbouring Local Authorities (Erewash, South Derbyshire, & Amber Valley District Councils), Severn Trent Water, Heritage England, Natural England, Highways England, Sports England, Derby City Spatial Planners, Derby City Parks, The environment Agency, Derbyshire Constabulary, Derbyshire Fire & Rescue, Derby City Emergency Planners, Network Rail, Canals Trust, Derbyshire wildlife Trust
|Organisation carrying out the consultation:||Derby City Council|
|Lead contact/s:||Kevin TozerContact Number: 01332 641789Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|How can I take part?||
This Consultation is now closed
View the Local Flood Risk Management Strategy and the Strategic Environmental Assessment Scoping Report and give your views online. You can download and print the Local Flood Risk Management Strategy Questionnaire and send your completed response to the freepost address provided.