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SEPA publishing flood risk information

Work is underway towards developing an interactive map viewer to display flood hazard, flood risk and natural flood management maps.  The interactive viewer is likely to be on SEPA’s website from early 2014 and will supersede the current Indicative River and Coastal Flood Map.

Landowners and managers should be aware that the viewer will show areas which have potential for natural water storage, such as restored peatlands, and also areas which could store flood waters such as river floodplains.  The viewer only indicates potential however, it does not mean these areas will necessarily be converted for this purpose, but funding for conversion is likely to be targeted to the areas the viewer indicates have the highest potential.

 

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