Flood & Water Management from Amazi

Flood & Water Management from Amazi

07 May 2010

The new Flood and Water Management Act, and this summer’s forthcoming changes to the Environment Agency internal policy on flood risk, are really keeping us busy at Amazi. These are two items that will, over time, have significant impact upon assessing flooding and responsibilities for surface water drainage.

At Amazi we prepare Flood Risk Assessments (FRAs) and have recently provided other specialist services, including expert flood risk evidence at a planning appeal and sustainable drainage designs.

As the region’s only civil engineering company dedicated to flood and water management we are totally immersed in applying our expertise appropriately and we would be really pleased to hear from any EEP members that wish to collaborate with us – please see our website www.amazi.co.uk, or contact me on the details below.

 

Leigh Parratt

07973 296167

leigh@amazi.co.uk

 

Amazi is having a profile published in the May edition of the Local Governments and the Regions magazine – Click on the link below to read the article and learn more about the work that Amazi does.

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