Useful links

Listed below are some useful contacts for further information and guidance on flooding issues.

The Environment Agency external link
The leading public body for protecting and improving the environment in England and Wales. They also run the Floodline service for England and Wales.

The Scottish Flood Forum external link
Provides support and advice to communities and individuals that have been flooded or are at risk of flooding. 

Association of British Insurers   
This link will to take you to the British Insurers flooding section, which gives you advice on what to do if you have been flooded and provides insurance company help line numbers.

BBC Weather 
Regional forecasts

BRE Scotland 
A world-leading centre of expertise for construction and fire, providing research, consultancy and information services.

Citizens Advice Bureau   
A service to help people resolve their legal, money and other problems by providing free information and advice from over 3,000 locations, and by influencing policymakers.

Construction Industries Research and Information Association 
CIRIA provides extensive information on coping with flooding and associated issues.  

Met Office   
The latest weather information and weather warnings. 
Weather forecasts for all areas of the UK, as well as access to a variety of live weather information.

The Metropolitan Glasgow Strategic Drainage Partnership 
A unique partnership formed by organisations involved with the operation of the sewerage and drainage network within the Metropolitan Glasgow area.

Traffic Scotland
Information on current traffic conditions; interactive traffic mapping, details of incidents, congestion, roadwork and events likely to cause disruption.

Scotland & Northern Ireland Forum For Environmental Research (SNIFFER) external link
Identifies and manages environmental research on behalf of members and stakeholders.

British Red Cross 
A volunteer-led humanitarian organisation that helps people in crisis and enables vulnerable people to prepare for and respond to emergencies in their communities.