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- Flood Zone 1: Land outside the floodplain. There is little or no risk of flooding in this zone.
- Flood Zone 2: The area of the floodplain where there is a low to medium flood risk.
- Flood Zone 3: The area of the floodplain where there is a high risk of flooding.
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