We are responsible for maintaining a register and record of assets that have a significant impact on the risk of flooding.

What we consider an asset

An asset is some kind of structure or feature that can affect the flow or storage of water. Such as a wall next to a river could stop water from flooding houses during heavy rain. The wall could be considered an asset.

Pipes in the ground, bridges, and road gullies are other examples of assets that can affect flood risk.

Information in the register

The register contains the location, owner and type of asset.

Viewing the register

We've developed a simple register that is available on request. You can view it at Civic Offices.

We intend to develop a more detailed register as time and funding allows.