Amber thunderstorm warning
The Met Office has issued an amber weather warning for thunderstorms across London. There is risk of flash flooding in Sutton. Find information and advice about how to stay safe in a flood.
The DAF provides a template for the run‐off calculations and further details that are required alongside site drawings and other relevant drainage information. Please note that although the DAF requests information on other sources of flood risk (such as fluvial, groundwater and sewer flooding), it does not in itself constitute a site specific Flood Risk Assessment (FRA) which should be prepared for all developments located within Flood Zones 2 and 3, major developments exceeding 1 hectare in Flood Zone 1 and all developments within a critical drainage area (CDA). Where appropriate, both documents should be submitted.
The new arrangements for approving and implementing SuDS through the planning system took effect on 6 April 2015 through the implementation of Schedule 3 of the Flood and Water Management Act 2010. While ultimate responsibility for approving and securing the implementation of SuDS measures proposed as part of new developments remains with the local planning authority (LPA), the lead local flood authority (LLFA) is now a statutory consultee on all major planning applications. As part of these changes, new ‘non‐statutory’ national SuDS standards have been introduced and the Government’s National Planning Practice Guidance (NPPG) has been strengthened to make clear that SuDS should be delivered in all new developments.
Further Information on SUDS and Local Flood Risk management For further information on the new procedures for assessing SUDS schemes proposed as part of major planning applications and the Council’s approach to local flood risk management as a ‘lead local flood authority (LLFA), please follow the following links: