Working collaboratively to reduce flood risk throughout the communities in the Pang Valley
We bring together the communities in the Pang Valley to work with the Environment Agency, West Berkshire Council and Thames Water to reduce flood risk through the Pang Valley.
The River Pang is dry upstream of Stanford Dingley. Why? The groundwater level in the chalk aquifers is based on the previous 11 months of rain; winter and spring 2017 were dry; the groundwater is now very low and so the river has dried up. See our dashboard to see the historical levels.
|About Us||The aims and objectives of the flood forum|
|Dashboard||Monitor river, rain and groundwater data|
|Maps||See the flood risk points, planned slow and fast areas and EA flood risk information combined on a map|
|Action Plan||Track the actions that we manage with the EA, WBC and Thames Water|
|Documents||Our searchable library of documents and photographs|
|Report a blocked river, flooding emergency, trapped fish||Environment Agency emergencies|
Note that sometimes it's not a bad thing if the river is a bit blocked.
Check the Maps to see where we like the river to run slow
|Highways drainage problem||Report a problem with road drainage to WBC|
|Local flooding||Report local flooding to WBC|
If you would like to get involved, please email us. We can introduce you to your local flood warden or you might want to come to a meeting to share your great ideas.
|PVFF Chair:||Kay Lacey|
|PVFF Vice Chair:||Piers Allison|
|Tech Subgroup Chair:||Brian Connorton|
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