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Flood Risk Mismanagement: Why New Developments Flood

  • Principal Associate
  • 27.06.2024
  • Principal Associate

Flood damage to new developments, or during their construction, should raise a ‘red flag’ for policy coverage issues or potential subrogated recovery. In many of these cases, we find that the risk of flooding has not been adequately considered or managed by those involved in the planning, design, and construction of the new developments.

Forensic Hydrologist, Richard Keightley, introduces the relevant planning policies and industry guidance, and uses case studies to highlight where things can go wrong.

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