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Flooding

Over recent years, we have seen more and more properties affected by flooding during periods of significant rain.

Flooding can be caused by rivers and watercourses overflowing; it can also be caused by drains and culverts being unable to cope with excess surface water on the roads.

Everyone whose home is at risk of flooding should have a plan of what to do if the worst happens.

Preparing for a flood

When flooding starts

Travelling in flooded areas

If you are travelling through areas affected by flooding, please follow this advice:

After the flood

Flooding and your electrics

The following advice has been provided by Electrical Safety First for anyone dealing with flood damage to their home:

See also:

Environment Agency – www.environment-agency.gov.uk

Government web page – Floods Destroy

Electrical Safety First – www.electricalsafetyfirst.org.uk

 

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