Maps on the Environment Agency provide information on all the major types of flooding which affect England, including the risk of flooding from surface water.
They are presented in a clear, simple and consistent way, making it easier for people, communities and partners to understand flood risk and make decisions about how to manage it.
Please see the Environment Agency Flood Risk Maps.
You can never eliminate the risk of flooding, but working alongside other agencies is the most effective way to reduce the likelihood of flooding and to provide local communities with the information they need to be better prepared for flooding.
Where properties have been flooded, the council will carry out an investigation to establish the cause of flooding. It will consider which authority is responsible, and whether they can take measures to reduce the chance of it happening again in the future.
Please read the North Lincolnshire’s Flood Risk Management Strategy for further localised information.