We've developed our flood history report to help increase the awareness of flooding to people who live and work in areas that are at risk at flooding from the rivers or sea.
This report is currently only available for England and Wales. No similar data is published by SEPA or that covers Northern Ireland.
This report will provide you with:
Your overall flood risk classification according to the Environment Agency or National Resoures Wales (note that this is your risk from Rivers and Seas only)
Confirmation of which flood alert and warning areas your property is included within (this data is based on your overall flood risk including: rivers and seas, groundwater flooding and surface water flooding)
The flood alert and warning history for each alert and warning area your property is included in over the past 5 years
This information is provided as part of the EA and NRW Open Data initiative and as such, Flood Assist excludes all representations, warranties, obligations and liabilities in relation to this information to the maximum extent permitted by law.
Flood Assist is not liable for any errors or omissions in the information, nor is it liable for any loss, injury or damage of any kind caused by its use. Flood Assist does not guarantee the continued supply and update of the information.
Your Flood History Report
Enter your postcode and then select your address.
Check and confirm your location
From your postcode we've identified your location as the red marker on the map below.
You can increase the accuracy of your flood report by clicking on the map to move the red marker to your exact location.
Flood Risk from Rivers and Seas
High Risk - the chance of flooding from rivers or the sea in this area is greater than once every 30 years (>3.3%).
Medium Risk - the chance of flooding from rivers or the sea in this area is between once every 100 and 30 years (1-3.3%).
Low Risk - the chance of flooding from rivers or the sea in this area is between once every 1000 and 100 years (0.1-1%).
Flood Alert and Warning Areas
Your location is included in the following flood alert and warning areas:
These alert and warning areas are based on the Environment Agency's/NRW's assessment of your flood risk from coast, river and groundwater. If a flood alert refers to groundwater this does not mean that your property is definitely at risk. It is very difficult to predict the exact location of flooding from groundwater as it is often related to local geology. To help people, we provide flood alerts for large areas that could be affected if groundwater levels were high. If you think this information would be useful, then sign up to receive free flood alert messages.
Flood Alert and Warning History
The following number of historic flood alert and warnings that have previously been recorded for your location: