Flood risk locations – Maghull comes to mind

Plans to release flooding data

The Government has announced that real-time information on flooding risks around the country is to be made available by the Environment Agency.

A flooded front garden in Fouracres where some folks had to leave their homes due to water getting inside their houses

A flooded front garden in Fouracres where some folks had to leave their homes due to water getting inside their houses

The information will include water-level measurements taken every 15 minutes from rivers across the country. People whose homes are at risk of flooding will be able to use smartphone apps to find the likelihood that flood water will rise above a given level.

The Independent ran this story

With thanks to the LGiU for the lead to this story.

With the serious flooding that happened in Fouracres and on Sefton Lane/Bridges Lane Maghull in 2012 any prior information will be helpful. Of course, ensuring that Dovers Brook is able to discharge into the The River Alt is the real answer to this local flooding problem!

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