People in Hull are being invited to have their say on Hull’s Local Flood Risk Management Strategy (LFRMS) 2021 – 2027 consultation draft.
As the lead local flood authority, we produce a LFRMS every six years, the first version was published in 2015.
The strategy aims to increase flood awareness and resilience among people, communities and businesses living, working and visiting Hull.
The LFRMS for 2021-2027 sets out our plans to identify and manage flood risk over the next six years by working with partners, including the Living with Water partnership.
The Local Flood Risk Management Strategy can be accessed using the PDF below.
Alternatively, a flood risk management officer will also be available to talk about the strategy each Wednesday from 2-4pm, at Trinity Market in Trinity House Lane,
The consultation period will run from Friday 8 October until Friday 19 November 2021.
We invite you to provide your response to our LFRMS 2021 - 2027 consultation draft by using the response form available below and sending it to using one of the following methods.
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
By post to -
Flood Risk Planning
Hull City Council
Alfred Gelder Street
If you require assistance in accessing the LFRMS or the response form, please get in touch with is via email, post or call 01482 300 300 and quote “Local Flood Risk Management Strategy”.