Flood risk management strategy
What this consultation is about
To fulfil our duties under the Flood and Water Management Act (2010) we've completed a draft Local Flood Risk Management Strategy for Derbyshire.
The draft Local Flood Risk Management Strategy for Derbyshire documents how it's intended that flooding will be strategically managed. Its main purpose is to identify ways in which we can help to minimise the damage from flooding and support those who are affected.
This consultation is now closed. A report was presented to Cabinet, 27 July 2015, agenda item 10
What else do you need to know?
The following documents are in Portable Document Format (PDF). You can download software to view PDF documents for free from the Adobe website (opens in a new window)
- Guidance Notes for Local Flood Risk Management Strategy (9147KB)
- Flood Risk Management Strategy Consultation (175KB)
- Local Flood Risk Management Strategy Part 1 (6490KB)
- Local Flood Risk Management Strategy Part 2 (4481KB)
- Appendix 1 Objectives (270KB)
- Appendix 2 SEA Report (14954KB)
- Appendix 3 culvert policy (292KB)
How to take part
We are carrying out this consultation in the following ways:
- Questionnaire - Online
- Questionnaire - Paper
Who to contact about this consultation
- Victoria Raiment, senior technician, flood risk and asset management
- Economy, transport and environment,
Derbyshire County Council,
- 01629 535487
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Thank you for contacting us
We'll be in touch soon.
Who is the consultation aimed at?
Which part of Derbyshire is this consultation aimed at?
- All Derbyshire (excluding Derby City)
Generally, who is this consultation aimed at?
How will we let you know the results?
Feedback about this consultation will be available by the following methods:
- Our website