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ISBN 978 1 78256 378 5 (Web only publication) DPPAS 13910
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1 Introduction. 1.1 Purpose. 1.2 Background. 1.3 Surface water flooding in Scotland. 1.6 What is surface water management planning?.
2 Overview of the FRMP and SWMP process. 2.1 Roles and responsibilities. 2.2 Risk based approach. 2.3 FRM and SWM planning process. 2.4 Flood risk management planning and SWMP timescales (1st planning cycle)
3 Preparatory work. 3.1 Defining SWMP geographical areas. 3.2 SWMP Partnerships. 3.3 Resourcing the surface water management planning process. 3.4 Collating existing information and scope level of detail required in SWMP.
4 Assessment of flood risk. 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Approach to SWMP flood risk assessment 4.3 STEP 1 - Verify flood hazard information and determine if further modelling is required 4.4 Options for further modelling. 4.5 STEP 2 - Calculating / summarising the consequences of flooding. 4.6 STEP 3 - Identify and prioritise drainage areas.
5 Setting SMART objectives. 5.1 Initial objectives. 5.2 SMART Objectives.
6 Selection & appraisal of measures to manage surface water flood risk. 6.1 Identify long-list of measures to address surface water flooding. 6.2 Screening. 6.3 High level appraisal of short listed measures.
7 Prioritising, funding and implementing measures.
9 SWMP documentation.
Appendix 1 - References.
Appendix 2 - Roles and responsibilities in relation to surface water flooding.
Appendix 3 - Principles of modelling surface water flooding.
Appendix 4 - Further information on surface water flooding data.
Appendix 5 - Regional Pluvial Hazard maps.
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