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Flood Risk Asset Register

This page contains the City of London's Flood Risk Asset Register of structures that we consider are likely to have a significant effect on flood risk. This includes structures or features that can affect the flow or storage of water. Section 21 of the Flood and Water Management Act 2010 requires a Lead Local Flood Authority (LLFA) to:

  • establish and maintain a register of structures or features which in the opinion of the authority, are likely to have a significant effect on a flood risk in its area and;
  • establish and maintain a record of information about each of those structures or features including information about ownership and state of repair.

The register provides a resource to assist in flood resilience planning and aid investigation following a flooding incident.

The register contains both structures which we own and maintain, and structures owned by other bodies or individuals.

Feature or structure​ Where to find information on this feature or structure​
Gullies and drop shafts​ Interactive map of gully and drop shaft locations
Flood defence wall​ The Strategic Flood Risk Assessment contains a map of the flood defence wall within the City of London boundaries (4.2MB)​
Main sewer locations​ The Strategic Flood Risk Assessment contains a map of the main sewer locations in the square mile (340KB)
Published:
05 March 2015
Last Modified:
26 July 2016

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