We work with a number of Local Authorities providing up to date Flood Risk Asset Registers, including Public Facing Asset Registers, in accordance with section 21 of the Flood and Water Management Act 2010. Our asset registers combine our clients’ existing data with new data developed by us to ensure the asset register is as detailed as possible.
The public facing website uses carefully selected data, chosen by you, to display on an asset register, hosted by us. The website can be linked to your web page ensuring it is simple and easy to access. Here is an example of a Public Facing Flood Risk Asset Register we managed for St Helens Council.
How we can help you
The process begins with a desktop study to combine your known assets with potential assets that are not currently on your register. Following this, a number of our accredited T98 inspectors will be deployed to carry out visual condition assessments of every asset on the register. The inspections are carried out in accordance with the Environment Agency’s Condition Assessment Manual. The data is collected on site using our own IOS application, GISmapp, and can be uploaded on completeion of the asset directly from the site. The data is uploaded to the GISmapp web page and can be viewed, edited and downloaded as soon as it’s uploaded.
For more information on the Condition Assessment Manual visit the Environment Agency’s website.
In the last 12 months we have inspected over 1,200 assets. More recently, we have worked with Calderdale Council to determine their highest risk assets. We then completed 300 inspections on their behalf to update their Flood Risk Asset Register.