South East River Basin District

Preliminary Flood Risk Assessments and Flood Risk Areas in the South East River Basin District.

Index to map and links to lead local flood authority Preliminary Flood Risk Assessments for South East River Basin District

South East River Basin District boundaries showing Flood Risk Areas

The South East River Basin District includes the North and South Downs, the White Cliffs, the Solent and the New Forest which draw visitors from all over the world. More than 3.1 million people live here, and there are major urban centres at Brighton and Hove, Southampton, Portsmouth and Ashford.

Flood Risk Areas

There is one Flood Risk Areas in the South East River Basin District:

  • City of Brighton and Hove

Preliminary Flood Risk Assessments (PFRAs)

There are seven lead local flood authorities in South East River Basin District.

PFRA summary reports

1. Brighton and Hove City Council 

Please note the files in this list are very large and will take time to download.

2. East Sussex County Council

Please note the files in this list are very large and will take time to download. 

3. Hampshire County Council

Please note the files in this list are very large and will take time to download.

4. Isle of Wight Council

5. Portsmouth City Council

6. Southampton City Council

Please note the files in this list are very large and will take time to download.

7. West Sussex County Council

Please note the files in this list are very large and will take time to download.

Disclaimer

PFRAs have been produced by lead local flood authorities (LLFAs). As part of our duties under the Flood Risk Regulations, the Environment Agency has reviewed these reports and determined that they are compliant with the requirements of the legislation, guidance and reporting requirements. Under the Regulations the Environment Agency is responsible for publishing PFRAs. We are therefore providing a central point for publication of PFRAs to ensure we meet the requirements of the Regulations. We have encouraged LLFAs to publish their own PFRAs and where possible, have linked to their website or directly to the document on our publications catalogue.

The Environment Agency is not responsible for the content of these documents and any queries should be raised with the relevant LLFA.