Environment Agency (EA)
The Environment Agency wants your views on the draft strategy which aims to create a nation resilient to flooding and coastal change to the year 2100.
The Environment Agency is investigating proposals to manage the risk of flooding in Calstock, Cornwall, from the River Tamar.
How the Environment Agency is planning to manage tidal flood risk in the Thames estuary until the year 2100.
The strategy sets out the strategic aims, roles and responsibilities and funding arrangements for flood and coastal risk management.
We want your views on the extent and level of information to be included as part of the assessment process.
Anglian (Northern) RFCC is consulting the proposed change of membership, in line with the Regional Flood and Coastal Committee Regulations (2011).
Anglian (Central) RFCC is consulting the proposed membership and name change, in line with the Regional Flood and Coastal Committee Regulations (2011).
How the Environment Agency is managing the risk of flooding in the Medway and Swale area.
What the Environment Agency, working in partnership with East Devon District Council, is doing to reduce flood risk in Exmouth, East Devon.
We want your views on our proposal to revise standard rules sets for medium combustion plant and specified generators.
River stretches and bodies of water in England identified as sensitive areas under the urban waste water treatment regulations.
How the Environment Agency plans to reduce flood risk in Oxford.
Sets out how the Environment Agency manages water resources in the catchment.
Sets out how the Environment Agency manages water resources in the Kennet and Vale of White Horse catchment.
The Environment Agency's abstraction licensing strategy for the Cherwell, Thame and Wye catchment.
Sets out how the Environment Agency manages water resources in the catchment, including information on water availability.
When and how the Environment Agency consults on permit applications and standard rules for environmental permits.
Background and project information about how the Environment Agency plans to reduce flood risk between Datchet and Teddington.
How the Environment Agency is working to reduce flood risk in Arundel.
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