Draft strategy: public consultation summary, August 2017
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The Environment Agency and Leicester City Council are working together in partnership to develop an integrated Flood Risk Management Strategy (IFRMS) for the City of Leicester. Together we have developed a high-level plan which aims to mitigate flood risk in the city. Through the appraisal of a number of options, we have developed a range of flood risk management measures. These were chosen based on their effectiveness to reduce flooding and also for their potential to deliver environmental and social benefits.
Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) is a process which aims to ensure appropriate consideration is given to the environment during the making of policy, plan or programme. The SEA environmental report presents the results of this process and explains how the environment has been taken into account in the development of the draft strategy. The environmental report describes the likely significant effects on the environment of implementing the draft strategy and recommends measures to address any negative impacts and to enhance positive impacts.
The public and stakeholders have the opportunity to comment on the draft strategy and SEA environmental report. We are keen to receive feedback that will identify opportunities or constraints associated with the measures outlined in the documents.
The draft strategy and the SEA environmental report are available for comment on the Citizen Space website.
Printed copies of the draft strategy and questionnaires are also available to view in all Leicester City Council libraries.
In September 2016 we consulted on the SEA scoping report. The scoping report consulted on the environmental issues to be assessed during the development of the strategy. The summary of consultation responses gives an outline of the responses we received and how we have considered them to help inform the SEA process and the emerging strategy.
Leicester IFRMS SEA scoping report Published: 19 September 2016 PDF, 10.9MB, 98 pages
Summary of responses on the SEA scoping report Published: 21 December 2016 PDF, 352k, 16 pages