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The National Flood Emergency Framework for England

This Framework sets out the government s strategic approach to achieving the aims set out below and is intended for use by all those involved in planning for and responding to flooding from: the sea; rivers; surface water; groundwater; reservoirs; artificial waterways and canals. The concept of a National Flood Emergency Framework was promoted by Sir Michael Pitt in his report on the summer 2007 floods. Its purpose is to provide a forward looking policy framework for flood emergency planning and response. It brings together information, guidance and key policies and is a resource for all involved in flood emergency planning at local and national levels. It is a common and strategic reference point for flood planning and response for all tiers of government and for responder organizations.
Author: Department of Evironment, Food and Rural affairs
Language: English
Pubished By: Department of Evironment, Food and Rural affairs
Pubished date: January 1970

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