Search inside documents

Search method
Document type

Search results for "flood risk"

Including the closely related terms flooding, and flood.

1 result

East Renfrewshire Council

Direct link to pre-plan (PDF)

… and protection of areas that are highly effective in terms of carbon capture such as peatlands. • Adaptation measures- for example taking necessary action to protect our communities against how warmer and wetter weather patterns will impact their local environment, e.g. protecting local properties from flood events. 17. As a Council, some practical examples of actions that we can take to help…

… increased incidences of flooding, disruption to public transport, impact on food production, wildlife and people’s health. • include consultation with all key services, customers that use them and residents more widely including young people. 19. Furthermore, the Covid-19 crisis has shown that there is an opportunity for environmental regeneration, with significant air quality…

…). The Council area is a mixture of rural and farmed/managed land and 7 small towns of Uplawmoor, Thornliebank, Giffnock, Barrhead, Eaglesham, Neilston and Newton Mearns. The general geography of the area is low undulating land with 10 small rivers flowing through the area that drain to river Clyde. Some areas have experienced flooding in the past 10 years. Amongst its various responsibilities the Council…


This is a new service – your feedback will help us improve it.