17 Jan
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National Flood Forum’s statement in response to the Public Accounts Committee report on the Government’s Flood Risk Strategy

The NFF has long called for more to be done to protect and support flooded people. This Public Accounts Committee report highlights some of the concerns we have raised, and we welcome the understanding that a vision for success must be defined, understood and quantified. We have repeatedly raised concerns about rural and smaller communities […]

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02 May
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SPRING NEWSLETTER

We have great pleasure in attaching the NFF spring newsletter.   This issue includes updates on NFF activity, new projects, flood action groups and the government approach to sustainable drainage systems and a lot more.  We also include details of our forthcoming arts exhibition highlighting the experience of flooding and how to enter your work as well […]

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05 Apr
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Flood Forum Responds to Guardian Article About Flood Warnings

National Flood Forum is extremely concerned about the news that EA flood warning system is set to change. Taking away the human interpretation from the warning system will put people’s lives, health and wellbeing at risk. The flooding incident in January came at a time when some Environment Agency staff were taking part in industrial […]

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31 Oct
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National Flood Forum Hosts Resilience Network

National Flood Forum hosted the Kent Resilience Network on Thursday to discuss the BRIC Community Mapping pilot and Story map, as well as to share their views and stories about flooding in Kent.

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14 Oct
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Joint Statement: Planning for the climate crisis

The planning system plays a vital role in cutting carbon and preparing us for the impacts of climate change. The Committee on Climate Change is advocating a strong focus on effective planning to deliver the action we need. But the current English planning system is not delivering on its positive potential to tackle the climate […]

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07 Nov
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Launch of the FLOOD RISK COMMUNITIES’ CHARTER

A Flood Risk Communities Charter was launched last night, Tuesday 5th November, in the Houses of Parliament at an event sponsored by Rachael Maskell MP and supported by Flood Re.  It sets out the priorities that communities across the country feel need to be addressed as a matter of urgency. Watch Video Here Flooding devastates […]

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