Policy paper

Thames Estuary 2100 (TE2100)

How the Environment Agency is planning to manage tidal flood risk in the Thames estuary until the year 2100.

Documents

Thames Estuary 2100 (TE2100) plan

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TE2100 5-year review

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TE2100 5-year review (non-technical summary)

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Details

These documents explain the plans for managing tidal flood risk in the Thames estuary to the end of the century and beyond. They look at out how the Environment Agency will protect 1.25 million people and £200 billion worth of property from tidal flood risk.

Published 7 August 2011
Last updated 2 March 2017 + show all updates
  1. Updated figures to 1.3 million people and £275 billion
  2. 5-year review added.
  3. PDF of plan added.
  4. First published.