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  • Updated a month ago

    Flood Risk Zones

    This dataset maps flood risk for London taken from the Environment agency's national dataset. Each cell is allocated one of four flood risk categories, taking into account flood defences and their condition. © Environment Agency copyright and/or database right 2017. All rights reserved. Some features of this map are based on digital spatial data from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, © NERC (CEH)© Crown copyright and database rights ...
  • Updated a month ago

    Water Quality of London's Rivers and Other Waterbodies

    This dataset contains shapefiles for London's river waterbodies managed under the Water Framework Directive (WFD) and any related programmes. The shapefile contains additional data taken from the WFD's Classification Status dataset. This additional data gives a breakdown of the waterbodies by ecological status, chemical status, and other classification status in 2016. A shapefile containing WFD waterbodies for the whole of England is ...
  • Created 3 years ago

    'Climate Just' data

    The 'Climate Just' Map Tool shows the geography of England’s vulnerability to climate change at a neighbourhood scale. The Climate Just Map Tool shows which places may be most disadvantaged through climate impacts. It aims to raise awareness about how social vulnerability combined with exposure to hazards, like flooding and heat, may lead to uneven impacts in different neighbourhoods, causing climate disadvantage. Climate Just Map Too...
  • Updated 4 years ago

    Properties in Floodplain

    Number of properties in a floodplain and those with a significant risk of flooding. NAFRA - National Flood Risk Assessment. There are 3 risk categories: (i) low - 0.5% (1 in 200) chance of flooding each year or less. (ii) moderate - 1.3% (1 in 75) chance or less but greater than 0.5% (1 in 200) chance in any year. (iii) significant - greater than 1.3% (1 in 75) chance in any year. This dataset was updated in 2008. The GLA are yet ...