The Natural Flood Management (NFM) Programme provides 100% grant funding to Local Authorities and Natural Resources Wales (NRW) to undertake NFM schemes to reduce the risk of flooding to properties. This is a pilot study with the intension of learning more about this type of flood risk management and understand some of the barriers to its use. The funding is available for a 2 year period from April 2020 to March 2022.

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Attribute name Label Description
Prog_cy Rhaglen
Programme Programme
Risk_M_cy Awdurdod Rheoli Perygl Llifogydd
Risk_Manag Risk management authority
Scheme_nam Scheme name
Location__ Location
Funding_al Funding allocated (2020-22)
P_of_w_cy Cyfnod y Gwaith
P_of_W_en Phase of Works
Number_of Number of properties expected to benefit unwaith y bydd y gwaith adeiladu wedi'i gwblhau/ once construction is complete
X Easting
Y Northing
Cons_cy Etholaeth y Senedd
Cons_en Senedd Constituency
Region_cy Rhanbarth y Senedd
Region_en Senedd Region

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10 June 2021
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Flood, Llifogydd, Natural flood management, Rheoli llifogydd yn naturiol
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<p>This map provides the locations of the schemes agreed within the Natural Flood Management Programme for 2020-2022. These are being delivered by Loc…

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April 1, 2020, midnight - March 31, 2022, midnight
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<p>The information contained within this map has been provided by the Local Authorities and NRW who are responsible for delivering these schemes.</p>
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