Environment Agency

Category: Executive non-departmental public body

The Environment Agency (EA) protects and improves the environment and promotes sustainable development. It plays a central role in implementing the government's environmental strategy in England. The Environment Agency plays a lead role in managing flood risk and works to minimise the impact of flooding.

EA is an executive non-departmental public body of the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs

http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/

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LIDAR Digital Surface Model
Environment Agency
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Detailed River Network (WMS)
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The Detailed River Network (DRN) is the only large-scale, accurate and fully attributed digital river centreline covering England and Wales. The DRN is captured from the water...
 
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Water Framework Directive - River Waterbody Catchments (WMS)
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Water Framework Directive – Surface Water Classification Status and Objectives
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Flood Map - Flood Zone 2 (WMS)
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Flood Map - Flood Zone 2 Flood Zone 2 is the Environment Agency's best estimate of the areas of land between Zone 3 and the extent of the flood from rivers or the sea with a 1000 to 1...
 
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Flood Map - Flood Zone 2
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Catchment Abstraction Management Strategy (CAMS) Reference boundaries
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The CAMS Abstraction Management Strategy Reference Boundaries are an external reference dataset giving an indication of where technical assessments have been undertaken. CAMS helps to...
 
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Flood Map - Flood Zone 3 (WMS)
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NaFRA Postcode FLC Database (AfA107) (unpublished)
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