Official Statistics

Flood and coastal erosion risk management outcome measures: January 2014 to March 2014

This report shows the progress made towards achieving the flood and coastal erosion risk management outcome measures.


Flood and coastal erosion risk management outcome measures for the period 1 January 2014 to 31 March 2014

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The Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs sets outcome measures to make sure the Environment Agency and other risk management authorities achieve the aims of government FCERM policy.

The Environment Agency use outcome measures to inform decisions about where to invest FCERM grant in aid.

There are 6 outcome measures that cover:

  • cost benefit of FCERM work
  • households with reduced risk of flooding or coastal erosion as a result of FCERM work
  • areas of habitat created that contribute to Water Framework Directive targets
  • households that receive the Floodline Warnings Direct service
  • proportion of residential units where the planning application has been refused