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Lowestoft Flood Risk Management Project

Lowestoft Flood management  (See Mobile and Tablet screen shots below).

Project background and description

During the December 2013 tidal surge over 160 homes and businesses in Lowestoft were flooded. In addition to this road and rail networks were significantly disrupted.

The Lowestoft Flood Risk Management Project is about developing a way forward to reduce the risk of flooding from the sea, rivers and from extreme rainfall. The target date for completion is 2020 and when finished, the project will support the economic growth and regeneration of Lowestoft and reduce the risk of flooding to existing homes and businesses.

Project goals and objectives

The website is designed to provide recent and relevant information about this £25 million pound project, over its lifetime. We worked closely with the project leads and representatives from other interested parties, including:

The Environment Agency, the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership, Regional Flood and Coastal Committee Local Levy, Anglian Water, Suffolk County Council and from Waveney District Council.

The web development project its self lasted approximately 3 months.

iPad responsive view.

iPhone responsive view.