Flood Alerts & Warnings
The Environment Agency encourage people to take heed of all flood alerts and flood warnings, and to call Floodline on 0345 988 1188 if they have any concerns. Visit www.gov.uk/check-flooding for current flood alerts and warnings and to check river, sea, groundwater and rainfall levels in your area.
Please direct any questions or queries to: Flood.email@example.com
Environment Agency Automated Flood Warnings
We are committed to safeguarding our flood warning service during periods of industrial action. Therefore, during periods of industrial action, the Environment Agency’s flood warning system will automatically issue flood alerts and flood warnings so people are warned and can take action to protect their lives and livelihoods. During periods of automation flood alerts and warnings may be issued with different lead times, under different conditions and with limited community specific information.
Our teams are continuing to work hard to ensure we are as well prepared and resilient as possible. Our main aim remains to ensure public safety, avoid damage to the environment, and to sustain our critical operations, including responding to flooding and other serious incidents where there is a risk to life.
We have listened to feedback on how the temporary automated system works and are looking at how we can improve it for this period of action. We encourage people to continue to take heed of all flood alerts and flood warnings, and to call Floodline on 0345 988 1188 if they have any concerns. Visit www.gov.uk/check-flooding for current flood alerts and warnings and to check river, sea, groundwater and rainfall levels in your area.
Please direct any questions or queries to:
Flood Resilience Team
Note from the Town Council: Flooding 2020
Our thoughts are with the residents who are still experiencing hardship following the December floods. We are continuing to work with Milton Keynes Council and the Environment Agency.
If you are worried about flooding you should check flood warnings and follow advice at: https://flood-warning-information.service.gov.uk/plan-ahead-for-flooding
Flooding Emergency: What Should I Do? To see the document that Milton Keynes Council have produced detailing what to do in a flooding emergency please click here.
Government Information: Check here if your area is at risk of flooding and take steps to protect your property now. You can also sign up for flood alerts: https://www.gov.uk/prepare-for-flooding.
Request for information about flooded houses
Milton Keynes Council is requesting information about affected houses to help them investigate the flood. They want to know which houses in Stony parish were affected. Apparently they've had about 40 households respond but suspect there's more they don't know about. If you have been affected and you're happy to give your details, please submit your name, address and contact information to the Stony Town Council Clerk, Lynne Compton: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
To see a copy of the Stony Stratford Town Council Flooding Press Statement issued on 13th January 2021 please click here.
Stony Stratford Flood Survey
Milton Keynes Council are collecting survey data to confirm their understanding of the flood extent and flood response. If you have previously completed an Environment Agency survey, there is no need to complete this survey.
You can answer the questions online at https://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/flooding-survey. Please email LLFA@milton-keynes.gov.uk if you would like a hard copy of the survey to be posted to you. Once complete, simply pop it back to us at the FREEPOST address below. No stamp is required.
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