Flooding and Drainage
Flooding affects thousands of people in
Worcestershire. But, for those at risk, some forward
planning can go a long way to protecting life
- This section contains information to help residents
- Are your business rates (NNDR) affected if your premises is
flooded? Find out on our Business Rates page.
Report a Flooding or Drainage fault online
Report a Flooding
Report a Drainage
Who can help?
The Environment Agency also provides the Floodline 0845 988 1188
service. You can listen to recorded flood warning information for
your area or speak to an operator for advice 24 hours a day.
Sign up to Worcestershire County Council's Twitter account.
Regular updates will be posted on there in the event of
To follow us, either visit www.twitter.com/worcscc or
search for @worcscc on your Twitter application.
Frequently Asked Questions
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This page was last reviewed 14 February 2014 at 10:51.
The page is next due for review 13 August 2015.