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Last edited 16 Feb 2021
Guidance on the code of practice for property flood resilience, published by CIRIA in 2021, defines a recoverability as: ‘The use of materials, products and construction methods that prevent the internal fabric of the property from being unduly damaged by the floodwater and allow it to recover quickly after the flood.’
See also: Flood recoverability.
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