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National Flood Resilience Review

The review of how the Government assesses flood risk, reduce the likelihood of flooding, and make the country as resilient as possible to flooding was published on 8 September 2016.

This review looked at how we:

The review was set up in January 2016 to assess how the country can be better protected from future flooding and extreme weather events such as during December 2015.

The review was chaired by the then Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, with a team including Cabinet Office, Defra, the Environment Agency, the Met Office, and the government’s Chief Scientist.

To read the review national-flood-resilience-review


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