Click here to read the Town Council’s Response to the Environment Agency’s Draft National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk FTC Response to Draft National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy Management Strategy for England
From the EA website:
Flooding of any kind is horrendous. Erosion destroys. Flooding events are dirty, invasive, damaging, and they can kill. They can force people to leave their homes and their businesses, cause prolonged mental ill health, destroy livelihoods and natural habitats.
The Environment Agency has been leading a conversation with people and organisations who are affected by or work to manage flooding and coastal change. We are now consulting on a draft strategy, which sets out a vision for a nation ready for, and resilient to, flooding and coastal change – today, tomorrow and to the year 2100.
Why We Are Consulting
The Environment Agency wants your views on the draft strategy which aims to create a nation resilient to flooding and coastal change to the year 2100. This consultation is focused on what we can do as a nation over the next 10 to 30 years to help support the longer term ambitions for change needed by 2100.
Responding To The Consultation
Please click on the ‘Online Consultation’ link below to answer the consultation questions. Submitting your responses online will help us gather and summarise responses quickly, accurately and cost effectively.
However, if you prefer, you can submit your response by email or post using our response form, which can be downloaded by clicking on the following link: Consultation Response Form.
Please note that following the start of the consultation on 9 May, some further technical amendments have been made to the SEA environmental report. These have been included in the amended SEA Environmental Report.
- Draft National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy for England – consultation document (this document contains the consultation questions and next steps. It should be read in conjunction with the draft strategy below)
- Draft National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy for England
- Amended Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Environmental Report
- Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) – Non Technical Summary of the Amended Environmental Report
- Draft Habitats Regulations Assessment non-technical summary
- Draft Habitats Regulations Assessment
- Draft Habitats Regulations Assessment Appendices containing supporting technical detail
Please click on the individual links above to download each document.
The Draft National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy includes a glossary which may be useful to you when responding to the consultation.
A draft Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) is available to download above. If you wish to comment on the draft HRA please send any comments by email to FCERMstrategy@environment-agency.gov.uk
More information about the HRA is available here: https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/draft-national-flood-and-coastal-erosion-risk-management-strategy-for-england
Other Supporting Products
We encourage you to share this consultation. To help you do this, we have produced a number of supporting products:
- A short video giving a background to the draft strategy
- A slide pack to be used to raise awareness of the strategy consultation and to help inform your consultation responses
- A Q&A document answering questions you may have about the draft strategy
Please click on the individual links above to download each document or product.
What Happens Next
We will collate and analyse all responses to this consultation and aim to publish the final national FCERM strategy for England in 2020.