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Last edited 09 Feb 2022
Risk management authority RMA
The National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) strategy for England, published by the Environment Agency, identifies a risk management authority (RMA) as one of several entities including:
- The Environment Agency.
- Lead local flood authorities.
- District councils.
- Internal drainage boards.
- Highways authorities.
- Water and sewerage companies.
RMAs involved in FCERM have been urged by the Environment Agency to design their flood management plans and activities in a manner that is consistent with the National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management strategy.
- Environment Agency.
- Flood risk management.
- Flood risk management plans.
- Highway authority.
- Lead local flood authorities LLFAs.
- Sewerage company.
- Shoreline management plans SMPs.
- Water company.
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