Pang Valley Flood Forum
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.
- Historical Statistics
|Dashboard - new
|Map - new layers:
|The aims and objectives of the flood forum.
|Monitor river, rain and groundwater data.
If you wish to download ALL our data, click here for more info.
|See the flood risk points, planned slow and fast areas and EA flood risk information combined on a map.
|Track the actions that we manage with the EA, WBC and Thames Water.
|See our completed and in progress projects and a summary of the forum's key achievements.
|See our videos on our YouTube channel.
|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 Map to see where we like the river to run slow.
|Highways drainage and non-river, non-sewer flooding
Report local flooding to West Berkshire Council
Use 'Location Search' to find where the flooding is. Click the map, select "Report issue with Flooding" is there is a local flood. If there's a problem with a road drain grill, select it on the map and select "Report a problem with this..."
|Sewer or Thames Water flooding problem
|Report a problem to Thames Water
|PVFF Minutes, Agenda and Action Plan
|PVFF mill and sluice operating procedures
|PVFF Flood Warden guidelines
|PVFF Tips for community river maintenance
|EA guide on practical watercourse maintenance
|EA Asset Management Data and Information
|EA Environmental Permits
|EA Programme of flood schemes
|WBC Flooding: Be Prepared
|WBC Flood Risk Management
|Government flooding health guidance and advice
|Thames Water's map showing storm overflow activity from sewage treatment sites
Our Dashboard shows active Flood Warnings or Alerts.
|What it means
|Who should pay attention
|Severe Flood Warning
|Severe flooding. Danger to life.
|People living in or near flood risk areas
|Flooding of Properties is expected.
|People living in flood risk areas
|Flooding of fields, minor roads is possible.
|Flood wardens, farmers
|No further flooding is expected.
This table is a summary of the Environment Agency's guidance.
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 ideas.
To join as a member of the PVFF and to be invited to our meetings or to alter your membership details, please use our online membership form.
|Online membership form
|PVFF Vice Chair:
|Tech Subgroup Chair:
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