Property Flood Resilience (PFR)
Helping you to reduce Flood Risk

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Property Flood Resilience (PFR), previously referred to as Property Level Protection (PLP), is an important element of flood risk management.

Flood
Journey

Information and guidance to help you protect yourself and your property before a flood, during and after a flood.

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Hub

Our Community Hub is a place for people effected by floods and professionals to be able to share experiences and knowledge.

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Grant funding available for flood affected areas

Grant funding and/or subsidies for flood repairs and resilience are available for flood affected areas of the United Kingdom.

There are a few range of ways that Property Flood Resilience can be funded.

About
Be Flood Ready

Historically, flooding has had a significant impact on homes, businesses and communities across the UK. As climate change leads to more intense storms and sea level rise, these risks are continuing to grow. Increasing flood resilience at each individual property at risk is crucial to reduce the impact of flooding. BeFloodReady is your local source of information on Property Flood Resilience (PFR) and how you can BeFloodReady

What is
PFR?

Property Flood Resilience (PFR), also referred to as Property Level Protection (PLP), is an important part of flood risk management. Property Flood Resilience includes measures that reduce the risk to people and property, enabling households and businesses to reduce the damage caused by floods and speed up recovery and reoccupation.

Be Flood Ready
Stories

Read and hear first hand accounts from people who’ve planned and prepared for flooding.

Latest Tweets

In the news, interesting article about #PropertyFloodResilience measures:
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/07/29/plug-sockets-should-higher-wall-make-homes-flood-resilient-says/?utm_content=telegraph&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1627570170

The strongest winds from #StormEvert will be hitting North Devon this morning. Take extra care when travelling, camping, caravanning and avoid the coastline. https://twitter.com/metoffice/status/1420761040246038536

Met Office@metoffice

Want to know more about #StormEvert? Aidan McGivern shares all the forecast details.

#StormEvert will give a wet and windy start across southern and central parts on Friday morning

Winds will be lighter across Scotland and Northern Ireland with a mix of some bright spells and a few showers

#Cornwall #IoS unusually windy for late July - also affecting #Avon #Devon #Dorset - peak of high winds later this evening/tonight/Friday morning - keep #weatheraware if out and about, travelling, camping or caravanning... https://twitter.com/metoffice/status/1420679365428453381

Met Office@metoffice

#StormEvert has been named and is forecast to bring unseasonably strong winds and heavy rain to southern parts of the UK later today and into Friday #weatheraware

⛔️ With this weather comes the risk of it breaking with torrential rain & thunderstorms.👇Advise? 1) check you are signed up for warnings - both weather @metoffice and flood @EnvAgency 2) check your #PFR is well maintained & ready if needed 3) Read your plan #BePrepared https://twitter.com/DaveThroupEA/status/1417782699780096004

Dave Throup@DaveThroupEA

Early heads up for increased flood risk at the weekend.

The heatwave may well end with some torrential rain and thunderstorms with a very low risk of significant flooding.

Detail elusive both on amount and locations.

Stay tuned for updates. 2

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