Research and analysis

Flood and coastal erosion risk management (FCERM): quantifying the benefits

Quantifying the benefits of FCERM on stakeholder and community engagement, and modelling, mapping and data.

Documents

Quantifying the benefits of flood and coastal erosion risk management: summary

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Quantifying the benefits of flood and coastal erosion risk management: report

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Quantifying the benefits of flood and coastal erosion risk management: appendix

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Detail

This project has trialled the use of dependency modelling to establish whether it can provide a clear and evidence based explanation of how modelling, mapping and data and stakeholder and community engagement activities contribute to flood and coastal erosion risk management (FCERM) outcomes.

This work will help the Environment Agency communicate how these activities contribute to improved outcomes and help identify where more effective or efficient ways of carrying out activities and realising outcomes could deliver better value for money in FCERM.