Local Flood Risk Management Strategy consultation

Flooding can significantly impact residents and communities. Our updated Local Flood Risk Management Strategy outlines how we will best manage and reduce risk. We welcome residents' input, information and participation to ensure we fully understand where there are existing flood problems and that our approach best reflects the needs of Hillingdon's communities.

What is a Local Flood Risk Management Strategy?  

A Local Flood Risk Management Strategy (LFRMS) is a requirement of the Flood and Water Management Act (2010).  It sets out information on local flood risks relating to surface water runoff, groundwater and ordinary watercourses and how the council plans to reduce the flood risk associated with these sources of flooding. 

The strategy needs to be kept up to date to reflect changes to legislation and to ensure consistencies with other national and regional plans.

The council's proposed updated Local Flood Risk Management Strategy (PDF) [2MB] sets out a collaborative approach with other responsible authorities to ensure that flood and water management within Hillingdon is captured in 1 strategy.     

A Strategic Environmental Assessment  (SEA) Screening Report and a Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) Screening Report are additional requirements of the LFRMS and form part of the appendices of the proposed strategy:

Take part in our flood strategy consultation

Have your say on our proposed Local Flood Risk Management Strategy, by completing our online survey by Sunday 3 March.

Have your say

If an interpreter is needed, please see our  Translation guide (PDF) [166KB].

Page last updated: 23 Jan 2024