The information below forms part of the evidence base to support the preparation of the Local Plan.
Strategic Flood Risk
The Strategic Flood Risk Assessment 2009 (SFRA) forms part of the evidence base to support the preparation of the Local Plan. A SFRA update paper (April 2020) has been prepared which reviews the findings of the 2009 SFRA and updates it to reflect the latest climate change requirements set out by the Environment Agency.
The Strategic Flood Risk Assessment (2009) assessment comprises:
- a “Level 1” SFRA that examines flood risk across Rutland including maps showing all identified sources of flood risk and an assessment of the implications of climate change on flood risk;
- a “Level 2” SFRA that reviews flood risk in Oakham and Uppingham in more detail including guidance in relation to future policies and proposals.
Water Cycle Study
The Water Cycle Study forms part of the evidence base to support the preparation of the Local Plan.
The overall aim of the study is to identify the programme of water services infrastructure and implementation that will be needed to support the delivery of sustainable growth up to 2026.
The report is in three parts: