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Flood Risk Management

Distributional consequences of flood risk management

This project provided a robust, national assessment of the distribution of costs and benefits of Flood Risk Management (FRM). The benefits of this work will:

  • inform policy on the funding of flood prevention;
  • develop a wide reaching, national quantification of who benefits and loses from the current flooding approach;
  • appraise alternative options for FRM funding approaches;
  • help to understand the implications of the current move towards a risk based approach to flood risk insurance;
  • and improve the understanding and appreciation of 'fairness' in the current FRM funding approach and alternative scenarios. 

Funder:

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) via Halcrow

2010 – 2012

FHRC Project Manager:

Professor Edmund Penning Rowsell

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