Somerset Rivers Authority Annual Report

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Somerset Rivers Authority has just published its Annual Report 2018-19, showcasing some of the achievements of the SRA during that time. People and places across Somerset have benefitted from extra SRA-funded flood protection and resilience. In 2018-19, the SRA spent just over £3.8million on actions designed to protect both people and property.

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Because there is no one simple solution to Somerset's flooding challenges, and everyone in the county is affected in one way or another, the SRA invests in a wide range of actions to reduce flood risks and increase resilience when floods do occur. All works are additional to those carried out by other Flood Risk Management Authorities in Somerset.

I hope very much that you will enjoy reading the SRA Annual Report 2018-19, If you have any comments or questions, or would like to know more, please contact the SRA on sra@somerset.gov.uk or call 01823-355111.

Thank you

Cllr David Hall, Chair, Somerset Rivers Authority
Tel: 01823 359068Mob: 07768 392184

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