Resilience to flooding can be achieved through a suite of tools and services. These are aimed at maintaining essential functions of organisations, businesses, communities and at a domestic level. Disasters are not caused by extreme weather, they’re caused by vulnerability – reduce that vulnerability and the impacts to the event will be lessened.
Flood resilience can be defined as preparedness and the ability to cope or ‘bounce-back’. You can read more about the core themes of flood resilience through the links below:
A proactive approach to stakeholder engagement can often make a significant difference to a project.