As required by The Flood Risk Management (Scotland) Act 2009, Glasgow City Council, as Lead Local Authority, has published the Local Flood Risk Management Plan (The Plan) for the Clyde and Loch Lomond (CaLL) Local Plan District (LPD). The Plan is available to download from this page, along with the Annex 1 document which provides a full list of CaLL LPD ongoing and Cycle 1 Actions.
The Plan should be read in conjunction with the CaLL Flood Risk Management Strategy (The Strategy) which was published by SEPA in December 2015, and is available on the SEPA website.
During the development of The Plan, the council undertook a screening exercise to assess whether or not there was a requirement to undertake a Strategic Environmental Assessment. Following feedback from the consultation authorities, the council determined that a Strategic Environmental Assessment was not required. The documents that can be downloaded from this page include the Screening Report prepared by the council, the responses received from the consultation authorities and the council's determination.
This first Plan for the CaLL area is made available to anyone who wishes more detail on how and when the actions identified in The Strategy will be delivered over the first Flood Risk Management planning cycle from 2016 to 2022. These actions will reduce the risks and impacts of flooding, prepare and protect ourselves and our communities, and make a real difference to recovering from any future flood events. Local Flood Risk Management Plans and Flood Risk Management Strategies will be updated every six years.
The SEA information is made available to anyone who wishes to understand how the council determined that a Strategic Environmental Assessment was not required for the CaLL LPD Local Flood Risk Management Plan.
To meet the requirements of The Flood Risk Management (Scotland) Act 2009 and The Environmental Assessment Act 2005.