The PFRA process aims to provide a high level overview of flood risk from local flood sources, including surface water, groundwater, ordinary watercourses, canals and lakes. The Environment Agency (EA) is responsible for preparing deliverables of the Flood Risk Regulations for Main River and the sea.
A Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment has been prepared to meet the Vale of Glamorgan Council’s duties to manage local flood risk and deliver the requirements of the Flood Risk Regulations (2009). Annex 1 of the PFRA records past floods and their significant consequences. Annex 2 identifies predicted future flooding and the significant consequences. No indicative Flood Risk Areas have been identified within the Vale of Glamorgan
The PFRA will be reviewed by 22 June 2017 and every six years thereafter.
Addendum Report December 2017