Organisations involved in river maintenance in England and Wales are being asked to give their views on changes to environmental permitting rules around flood risk activities
New guidance on charges and fees for bulk supply or bulk discharge of water and wastewater in England has been published by DEFRA
Flood defence measures that work now may not work in future and we must develop a new approach for the 21st century, Environment Agency chief executive James Bevan told a conference
As part of the first-ever study of its kind, the Environment Agency and Natural Resources Wales have concluded that regional flood forecasting models’ methodologies should be standardised
Proposed revisions to the National Planning Policy Framework put out for consultation in March include a number of changes that will affect how the environment will be considered in plan-making and decisions
Official sign-off for a flood protection project in Salford came earlier this year, more than 20 years after the scheme was first envisaged. James Parsons examines how partnership working brought the scheme together
Major British towns can expect to experience more extreme flooding, droughts and heatwaves than has been previously predicted and the Paris Agreement will not hold back rising sea-levels, according to two studies
The EA has warned ‘intense flooding’ incidents will increase as Oxford secures £120m for flood defence project
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