Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment Report
Under the Flood Risk Regulations (2009) and the Flood and Water Management Act became law in April (2010) Caerphilly Council Borough Council has been identified as a Lead Local Flood Authority (LLFA) and has been given a number of key responsibilities, including the preparation of a Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment Report (PFRA).
Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment Report (PFRA)
Please note the files in this list are very large and will take time to download.
Figure 1 - All Wales Map (PDF 446kb)
Figure 2 - EA Indicative Flood Risk Area & Blue Squares for CCBC (PDF 5.1mb)
Figure 3 - CCBC Flooding Incidents and Historic Flooding Events (PDF 5mb)
Figure 4 - CCBC Sewer Flooding Events (PDF 4.9mb)
Figure 5 - CCBC Flood Map for Surface Water 1 in 200 Year (PDF 6.2mb)
Annex 5 - GIS Layer of CCBC Flood Risk Area (PDF 5mb)
Review of Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment
The first cycle is complete so we are now in the second cycle of implementation. This means that those products produced throughout cycle 1 above need to be reviewed, and if appropriate, updated. The review and update begins with the Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA) stage.
Legislative deadlines for second cycle of PFRA
There is a difference between the dates in legislation by which the PFRA review needs to be undertaken. The Regulations require the PFRA review to be completed by 22nd December 2017; and the Directive requires the review to be completed by 22nd December 2018.
Review of Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PDF)