Call for Evidence
Terms of reference
- How effectively do the new Government policy statement and Environment Agency strategy meet the challenge posed by a changing climate?
- Are the current national and local governance and co-ordination arrangements for floods and coastal risk management in England effective?
- What level of investment will be required in future in order to effectively manage flood risk in England, and how can this best be targeted?
- How can communities most effectively be involved, and supported, in the policies and decisions that affect them?
- With increasing focus on natural flood management measures, how should future agricultural and environmental polcies be focussed and integrated with the Government's wider approach to flood risk?
- How can housing and other development be made more resilient to flooding, and what role can be played by measures such as insurance, sustainable drainage and planning policy?
- What lessons can be learned from the recent winter floods about the way Government and local authorities respond to flooding events?
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