The Environment Agency is currently reviewing the Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) National Strategy and is inviting comments.

The agency is working with various organisations to decide how flooding and coastal change should be managed over the next 25 years and is talking to people who live in areas that have suffered from flooding or coastal change if that may be at risk. This feedback will be used to inform a national strategy for the future management of flooding and coastal change in England to 2050.

More information is available here –