Enabling community maintenance of FRM infrastructure (P3235)

Community resilience to flood risks is essential, support is required for communities to become climate champions and get actively involved in the management of their flood risk.

This project will explore approaches to enable and empower local community groups to undertake appropriate and routine maintenance of local flood risk management infrastructure (surface water and ordinary watercourses).

This will improve resilience and relationships between Risk Management Authorities and communities, recognising they can have a key role in flood risk management and the delivery of better places and spaces.

Project status
Phase 1 - seeking expressions of interest.

Phase 2 - Currently fundraising and seeking support.

Further information

For further information download the full proposal below and to get involved, please contact Paul Shaffer or Louise Walker at CIRIA.