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Last edited 09 Aug 2021
Potentially vulnerable areas
Glasgow City Development Plan, Published by Glasgow City Council in 2016, defines potentially vulnerable areas (PVA) as: ‘Areas identified by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency as areas where the scale of potential impact from flooding (based on the National Flood Risk Assessment) is sufficient to justify further assessment and appraisal.’
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