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Reducing flood risk in Oxford and Abingdon

How the Environment Agency plans to reduce flood risk in Oxford and Abingdon.

The Environment Agency is working in partnership to develop proposals to reduce flood risk in Oxford and Abingdon. Partners are: Oxford City Council, Oxfordshire County Council, Vale of White Horse District Council, Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership, Oxford Flood Alliance, Thames Water, University of Oxford, Thames Regional Flood and Coastal Committee.

The consultation on the detailed design of the scheme has now closed. The Environment Agency will publish the outcomes from the public consultation after August 2017 and will share the final design of the scheme in late 2017.

The consultation report will be available after August on the Environment Agency consultation website.

Latest news

Here you can view the latest news on what the Environment Agency is doing to reduce flood risk in Oxford and Abingdon.

  1. Oxford Flood Alleviation Scheme: visuals of the proposed scheme

    • Policy paper
  2. Oxford Flood Alleviation Scheme: latest news

    • Policy paper
  3. Abingdon flood schemes: latest news

    • Policy paper

About the scheme

Here you can find more information about the Environment Agency’s schemes to reduce flood risk in Oxford and Abingdon.

  1. Oxford Flood Alleviation Scheme: how the scheme will work

    • Policy paper
  2. Flood risk in Oxford

    • Policy paper
  3. Flood risk in Abingdon

    • Policy paper

How you can get involved

Here you can find out how the Environment Agency project team have worked with local communities and how you can get involved in future events and stay updated on the schemes to reduce flood risk in Oxford and Abingdon.

  1. Oxford Flood Alleviation Scheme: community engagement

    • Policy paper
  2. Abingdon flood schemes: community engagement

    • Policy paper
Published 11 August 2016
Last updated 22 September 2017 + show all updates
  1. Updated Sep 2017.
  2. Latest information added.
  3. Updated with new consultation date.
  4. First published.