Bromsgrove | Redditch | Wyre Forest
North Worcestershire Water Management
Land drainage and flooding
Bromsgrove, Redditch and Wyre Forest councils have joined together to provide a shared service for water management and associated issues. The North Worcestershire Water Management service deals with flooding, drainage, ordinary watercourses and surface water issues.
We aim to reduce flood risk whilst protecting and enhancing the water environment and encouraging sustainable water management by:
- Working closely with a wide range of partners for the benefit of the communities of North Worcestershire
- Reducing the flood risk through development processes
- Advising on and, where necessary, enforcing responsibilities for land drainage and water management
We can be contacted on email@example.com or 01562 732191. Our aim is to respond to any queries within 5 working days, unless the query is urgent.
View a pdf map of the main rivers and ordinary watercourses across North Worcestershire (pdf 412KB)
Drainage and sewerage advice
Advice on private, lateral, foul water and surface water drains, public sewers, misconnection, installation of domestic drainage and registering a sewer discharge.
In the event of a flood
Dos and don'ts in the event of a flood! Useful contacts and advice.
Where you can collect sandbags from
Who to contact and what they can help with.
Find out how you can get affordable flood insurance from Flood Re
Consent for works
You need permission to do works that will affect a watercourse. You may also need to consider water management for planning applications.
Advice on protecting your property
A “one stop shop” advice web portal, the Centre for Resilience, has also been established to make it easier for people to find the most relevant information on better protecting their properties against flooding, including: precautionary actions to take to better protect properties from flooding; actions to take if your property is in imminent danger from flooding; live flood warnings; and recent case studies and research. In addition, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) has produced a new consumer guide to resilient flood repair.