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- Related documents
- SFRA Level 1 Update report – 2013 (PDF, 1.97 MB)
- SFRA Level 1 Report (Feb 2008) (PDF, 3.94 MB)
- SFRA Level 1 – Fig A1 Flood Maps (PDF, 31.05 MB)
- SFRA Level 1 – Fig A2 Historic Flood Records (PDF, 29.19 MB)
- SFRA Level 1 – Fig A3 Flood Map for Surface Water (FMfSW) (PDF, 26.01 MB)
- SFRA Level 1 – Fig A4 Areas Susceptible to Groundwater Flooding (AStGWF) (PDF, 11.61 MB)
- SFRA Level 1 – Fig A5 DG5 Historic Sewer Flooding Records (PDF, 828.6 KB)
- SFRA Level 1 – Fig A6 Artificial Sources – canals and reservoirs (PDF, 950.2 KB)
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- Publication detail
The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) requires that Local Plans should be supported by a Strategic Flood Risk Assessment (SFRA). The SFRA identifies areas that may flood, taking into account all potential sources of flooding. It is used to inform planning policies and assist Local Planning Authorities in directing new development to areas of lower flood risk and ensure that new development helps to manage flood risk. Therefore, the SFRA will be an important evidence base document that underpins Warwickshire County Council’s Minerals and Waste Development Framework.
Warwickshire County Council, Stratford-on-Avon District Council, Rugby Borough Council and North Warwickshire Borough Council commissioned consultants to undertake a Level Strategic Flood Risk Assessment (SFRA) update in July 2013. This updated the Level 1 SFRA completed in February 2008. The updated report and output maps were completed in October 2013.
Please note that all figures are accurate as of October 2013.
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