Flooding in England : A National Assessment of Flood Risk
The Environment Agency is the lead organisation for providing flood and coastal risk management and warnings of flooding from main rivers and on the coast and are responsible for the strategic overview for all sources of flooding. The Environment Agency advise and bring together the planning and management of flood risk from rivers, the sea, groundwater, reservoirs and surface water. This report sets out the main findings of the 2008 National Flood Risk Assessment and places particular emphasis on the role played by the Environment Agency in tackling the risk of flooding from rivers and the sea in England. It also describes about the risk based approach during the flood management.
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