Dunwich Heath and Minsmere: national FCERM strategy case study
- Environment Agency
- Part of:
- Flood and coastal risk management strategy for England, Flooding and coastal change, and Biodiversity and ecosystems
- 19 July 2011
Case study showcasing approaches recommended in the national flood and coastal erosion risk management (FCERM) strategy.
Ref: LIT 5614 PDF, 137KB, 2 pages
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The aim of the Environment Agency’s national flood and coastal erosion risk management (FCERM) strategy for England is to ensure that the risk of flooding and coastal erosion is properly managed and coordinated to minimise its impact.
At Dunwich Heath and Minsmere in East Anglia, the National Trust has led a flood risk management project. Habitat creation and soft engineering, combined with local engagement and partnership working, is already producing good outcomes for people and the environment.
Published: 19 July 2011