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Local Flood Risk Management Plans

Local Flood Risk Management Plans take each Flood Risk Management Strategy and turn it into a local delivery plan. They provide more detail on how and when the actions from the strategy will be delivered locally, providing additional details on the costs, benefits and delivery timetable for actions.

Scotland has been separated into 14 Local Plan Districts (LPDs). These districts are based on river catchments and cross administrative and institutional boundaries. Within each LPD there is a lead local authority who is responsible for the co-ordination and publication of their Local Flood Risk Management Plan.

You can access your local Flood Risk Management plan using the links below:

(Links provided by local authorities and accurate on date published: 22/6/16)

Local Flood Risk Management Plan Lead local authority

1. Highland and Argyll Flood Risk Management Plan

The Highland Council
2. The Outer Hebrides Flood Risk Management Plan Comhairle nan Eilean Siar (Western Isles Council)

3. Orkney Flood Risk Management Plan

Orkney Islands Council

4. Shetland Flood Risk Management Plan

Shetland Isles Council

5. Findhorn, Nairn and Speyside Flood Risk Management Plan

The Moray Council
6. North East Flood Risk Management Plan Aberdeenshire Council
7. Tay Estuary and Montrose Flood Risk Management Plan Angus Council
8. Tay Flood Risk Management Plan Perth and Kinross Council
9. Forth Flood Risk Management Plan Stirling Council
10. Forth Estuary Flood Risk Management Plan The City of Edinburgh Council
11. Clyde and Loch Lomond Flood Risk Management Plan Glasgow City Council
12. Ayrshire Flood Risk Management Plan North Ayrshire Council
13. Tweed Flood Risk Management Plan Scottish Borders Council
14. Solway Flood Risk Management Plan Dumfries and Galloway Council