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Self Activating Flood Barrier
The Self Activating Flood Barrier (SAFB), is a bespoke, multi-purpose solution designed to help manage flood risk across the globe.
Flood Protection: Lamberhurst, Kent
A scheme involoving 22 properties using a range of Flood Angel® products including; bespoke Flood Defender barriers, flood proof doors, anti flood airbricks, Defender wall, bund wall, vent covers, sealing cable and service entry points
Once the site of a castle, Dounreay has been home to several nuclear research establishments since the 1950’s, many of which have now been, or are in the process of being decommissioned.
Different strokes for different folks…
With ‘flood season’ in full swing, we take a look at some interesting and extreme lengths property owners have gone to protect their homes and businesses from flooding
Working with Aecom, UKFB have installed property level protection for 150 properties in Southend-on-Sea
BBC Countryfile – Putting Flooding in Focus
It was refreshing to see BBC Countryfile on Sunday evening featuring a story from the Building Research Establishment (BRE), taking a pragmatic approach to the issue of flooding and the measures homeowners can take to protect their properties.
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.
UK Flood Barriers has successfully surveyed and installed flood mitigation to over 5000 homes comprising almost 100 property level protection schemes in the UK. As the ‘flood experts’, UK Flood Barriers work in partnership with local authorities and the Environment Agency to manage survey through to installation and maintenance always ensuring the needs of the homeowner are considered.
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.
The small picturesque village was left scarred by flood levels and some neighbouring areas were victim to up to 6ft of flood waters.
Ledbury Rugby Club
Ledbury is an idyllic market town in Herefordshire, home to many quaint historic buildings dating back from the 16th century.
2012 was reported as one of the wettest years on record with months of rain falling in a matter of hours across much of the UK.
A regeneration project of Perran Foundry in Perranarworthal, Cornwall is underway to create a new housing development incorporating the grade II listed foundry building.
Flood Protection: Cornwall
St Austell, Truro and a number of Cornish villages including Mevagissey, Lostwithiel, Charlestown and St Blazey experienced severe flooding in November 2010, which was noted as the worst flooding in decades