Flood Risk Assessments

Mason Clark Associates are able to produce full Flood Risk Assessment reports for all different types and scales of development where flood risk information is requested by the Local Planning Authority.

The Flood risk Assessments are written in accordance with the guidance outlined in ‘Planning and Policy Statement 25’ and assess the risk of flooding to a proposed development from a number of sources including local rivers and watercourses, the sea, flooding from land, flooding from groundwater and flooding from sewers.

Each flood risk assessment report makes an overall assessment of flood risk and recommends mitigations measures that can be incorporated into the proposed design to reduce the flood risk to the development.

Projects

Eppleworth Road Storage Lagoons

Eppleworth Road Storage Lagoons

Following severe flooding in the urban area around Cottingham and North Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire Council commissioned Mason Clark Associates to develop a scheme to reduce flood risk to a large number of properties.
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The Bonding Warehouse

The Bonding Warehouse

Mason Clark Associates were heavily involved in the redevelopment of the Bonding Warehouse in York, a BCO Award Winning restoration. Learn more.

Anlaby and East Ella Flood Alleviation Scheme (AEEFAS)

Anlaby and East Ella Flood Alleviation Scheme (AEEFAS)

Mason Clark Associates carried out the feasibility studies on the Anlaby and East Ella Flood Alleviation Scheme (AEEFAS) in order to secure funding approval for this ambitious project for one of the areas badly affected in the floods of 2007, Learn more.

Sycamore Place

Sycamore Place

Mason Clark Associates provided comprehensive structural and civil engineering work for Sycamore Place, a desirable residential project located near to the historic City Centre of York.
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Westwood Pasture Beverley

Westwood Pasture Beverley

During the storms of June 2007, the Westwood Pasture and the surrounding residential properties on Willow Grove and Pasture Terrace in Beverley experienced extensive flooding.

This flooding was due to the topography of the of the land meaning the large catchment to the west of Beverley collected rainfall and diverted it down the valley to the Westwood Pasture. Learn more.

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