As the Lead Local Flood Authority (LLFA) for Surrey, the County Council is responsible for publishing a Local Flood Risk Management Strategy. This document sets out how we manage the risk of flooding across the County.
The County Council is designated as LLFA under the Flood and Water Management Act (2010). The Act states that an LLFA has a duty to “develop, maintain, apply and monitor a Strategy for local flood risk management in its area”.
2017 Strategy refresh
Surrey County Council first published its Local Flood Risk Management Strategy in 2014. In order to keep it up-to-date we refreshed the Strategy in 2017. The document is subject to regular review and any changes will be incorporated and republished here.
If you have any questions regarding the Strategy, or wish to view it in an accessible format, please contact email@example.com.
To report any problems related to flooding, please see our flooding advice page.
Files available to download
- Annexe A - Action Plans (384.4 KB)
Action plans which set out the specific activities that will facilitate achievement of the Strategy's objectives
- Annexe B - Equality Impact Assessment (195.9 KB)
This report highlights the equality and diversity impacts of the Strategy
- Annexe C - Habitat Regulations Assessment (1.3 MB)
This report evaluates the impacts of the Strategy on conservation areas
- Annexe D - Strategic Environmental Assessment (908.2 KB)
This report considers the environmental and sustainability aspects of the Strategy
- Annexe E - HRA and SEA 2017 update (399.7 KB)
This report provides a 2017 update to the HRA and SEA reports
- Local Flood Risk Management Strategy (5.4 MB)
(Warning: large file size. Download over WiFi recommended) Informing individuals, communities and businesses of the steps we and our partners are taking to manage the impact of flooding in Surrey