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Table 1 sets out the definitions of the Flood Zones, from low to high probability of river and sea flooding, and refers to the Environment Agency’s Flood Map for Planning (Rivers and Sea) which shows the location of these Flood Zones.
Paragraph: 007 Reference ID: 7-007-20140306 Revision date: 06 03 2014 Waste and mineral planning authorities need to take account of flood risk when allocating land for development.
They should prepare their plan policies with regard to any available Strategic Flood Risk Assessments.
Lead local flood authorities (unitary authorities or county councils) are responsible for managing local flood risk, including from surface water, ground water and ordinary watercourses, and for preparing local flood risk management strategies.
Local planning authorities should work with lead local flood authorities to secure Local Plan policies compatible with the local flood risk management strategy.