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

PFR
Products

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.

Community
Hub

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

South West Climate Change Centre (SW CCC)

Opening Monday 4th October at 10am

Our new PFR and Climate Change centre is nearly open at Heartlands Cornwall. Our brand new interactive centre helps to inform and educate residents and businesses from across the South West.

The South West Climate Change Centre opening hours will be:

Monday-Wednesday 10am-2.30pm

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events at this time.

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

Excited to share this animation about the work of the three @DefraGovUK funded #PropertyFloodResilience (PFR) Pathfinder projects, which @BeFloodReady is a part. Produced in collaboration with our colleagues at @oxcampfr & @YorkshirePFR:
https://youtu.be/s3UUp-pUuDI
#BeFloodReady

Day 16 of #30days30waysUK, today's theme is #FloodAware.
You can check your #FloodRisk here: https://www.gov.uk/check-flood-risk
Find out the steps you can take before, during and after a flood over on our website: https://www.befloodready.uk/

Take 2 minutes to watch Missy's Tale! #BeFloodReady

Day 14 of #30Days30WaysUK. #SevereWeather can happen at anytime of year. Keep up to date with the latest weather warnings in the south west from @metofficeSWEng. Check out the #BeFloodReady website for information about keeping alert and #WeatherAware: https://www.befloodready.uk/before-a-flood/residential/flood-warnings

Good morning from Truro. We have a beautiful landscape, 3 rivers running under us to live with and a lot to be grateful for. Enjoy nature regularly and think about how you can #befloodready in the calm times

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