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Development and flood risk

Technical Advice Notes (Wales) 15

Development and flood risk

Document Status

Current

Supplement

Sustainability, Environment, Development & Planning

Series

Technical Advice Notes (Wales)

Abstract

Provides technical guidance which supplements the policy set out in Planning Policy - Wales in relation to development and flooding. Advises on development and flood risk as this relates to sustainability principles and provides a framework in which risks arising from both river and coastal flooding, as well as from additional run-off from development in any location, can be assessed.

History

Supersedes TAN 15: Development and flood risk (Welsh Office, 1998). Related to the following: Flood consequences assessment: climate change allowances (Welsh Government, 2021).

ISBN

9780750435017

Subjects

Publisher History

Formerly the Welsh Office. The role of the National Assembly for Wales is to scrutinise and monitor the Welsh Assembly Government. Their publications include technical advice notes, circulars and policy documents on planning and the built environment.


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