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UK Flood Specialist on the ‘Defensive’ in USA
UK Flood Barriers, already recognised as the Country’s leading flood specialist, continues to grow its reputation for innovation excellence as it unveils its latest Self Activating Flood Barrier (SAFB) installation in New York City.
WORK IN PROGRESS: New York
During March/April 2017, two Self Activating Flood Barriers are being installed at NYU Langone Medical Center Science Building and NYU Langone Kimmel Pavilion
Trewerry Mill, Cornwall
Trewerry Mill is a Grade II listed holiday cottage based in St Newlyn East, Cornwall. Positioned between a brook and a wooded, tranquil valley, Trewerry Mill is a popular holiday destination booked out for most of the year.
Eldon Square, Newcastle
Eldon Square Shopping Centre is Newcastle upon Tyne’s most popular retail centre. Situated on the banks of the River Tyne, it houses over 150 stores.
Following the winter floods of 2013/2014, 100 properties in West Sussex were eligable to receive Repair & Renew Grant funding.
Frank Kelly Appears On Sky News
Frank Kelly, CEO of UK Flood Barriers, was invited to talk on Sky News on Monday 7th December, about the recent flooding in the North West of England.
New Adaptable Protection for Sewage Backflow
The new Flood Angel® 160mm/110mm Non-Return Valve is the UK’s only adaptable non-return valve that gives the benefit of passive protection with an integral self-activating flap powered only by flood water.
Why don’t people install flood defences?
A feature on BBC Radio 4 Today show this morning, highlighted some of the reasons people don’t protect their properties, even if they live in a flood risk area.
Introducing Design & Build to the UKFB website
As our knowledge and experience grows so does our website. UK Flood Barriers now have a team dedicated solely to the Design & Build of bespoke flood defence solutions and a new section on our website has been created to fully profile this expanding service.
South Gosforth, Newcastle
The summer of 2012 proved to be the wettest summer in 100 years across most parts of the UK, but in particular Newcastle.
Working with Aecom, UKFB have installed property level protection for 150 properties in Southend-on-Sea
Everyone is at risk…
The bad news is everyone is at risk from flooding, the good news is there are measures that can be used to mitigate the risk.
Bringing manufacturing back to the West Midlands
“The UK is now seen as the leading innovator in new design and cutting edge engineering, it is for this reason that we are bringing back the manufacturing of our products to the UK and the West Midlands” Sarah Marriott, Managing Director
Kingston Upon Thames, London
The Boatyard in Kingston-Upon-Thames is a new riverside development near Kingston Bridge, boasting idyllic views across the Thames. The scheme was developed by St James, in a joint venture with Berkley Group and Thames Water.
Idea floated for canal city scheme…
It’s hard to escape the fact that sea levels are rising and land is sinking with the topic of climate change never far away from our televisions or internet.
A regeneration project of Perran Foundry in Perranarworthal, Cornwall is underway to create a new housing development incorporating the grade II listed foundry building.
Counting the cost of flood…
After experiencing relatively low levels of flooding this winter, it would be easy to dismiss the devastation of last year’s floods as a one off event but the reality is very different. Currently, around 5.3 million homes in the UK are at risk of flooding and the average annual cost to the economy is over £1.4 billion.
Flood Protection: Ripon Race Course
Ripon Race Course in Boroughbride, Yorkshire, has been home to some of thRipon Racecourse underwater during September 2012e most exciting races of the country for over 300 years.