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Bristol City Council

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… of flooding from a range of sources. Climate change is likely to increase the frequency and intensity of this hazard making the city more vulnerable to flooding. There have been several small flood events in recent years but major flooding has been avoided. The greatest risk is that of tidal flooding from the River Avon. Today, around 1,200 existing properties are at risk of flooding from…

… the River Avon. This is projected to rise to around 4,500 existing properties by the year 2125 due to the impacts of climate change. The Bristol Avon Flood Strategy sets out our plans to manage this risk now and in the future. There are a further 3,440 properties at risk from surface water flooding across the city. One of the ways we seek to reduce this risk is through the introduction…

… a business case for plans to decarbonise our transport network which could be put into action should further funding be made available for the work required. Buildings Council Operations We are progressing plans to reduce the number of operational properties which we own. We will make energy efficiency improvements to all the buildings that we keep and install renewable energy systems…


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