Flood resilience strategy consultation: easy read

This consultation seeks your views on Scotland's first Flood Resilience Strategy, which will lay out what we need to do in the long term to make our places more flood resilient. The consultation asks questions about our proposed principles and the three key themes of people, places and processes.

How to take part in the consultation

There are 3 ways you can answer the questions in the consultation:

  • online
  • by post
  • by email


You can answer online on the Scottish Government’s consultation hub called Citizen Space.

If you use the consultation hub to answer, you will get sent a copy of your answers by email.

By post

You can type or write your answers on this form and send it to us.

If you want to write your answers in the boxes then you can use the enter button to make the boxes bigger first.

Then print out the answer pages ready to write on.

Put your answers in an envelope and write the address on the front.

The address is:

3 J South

Victoria Quay



By email

You can send us your answers by email.

If you are answering by using this document, click on the box of the answer you agree with and a tick will appear.

If you change your mind you can click on it again to untick it.

If you are typing, the spaces will get bigger as you type.

When you have finished, save a copy and email it to: flooding_mailbox@gov.scot

There are 21 questions in the survey.

Each question is in bold black writing.

Some questions ask you to rank your answers.

To rank means you:

  • put 1 at the answer you think is most important
  • put 2 at the answer you think is next important
  • and so on, until you get to the answer you think is least important


Email: flooding_mailbox@gov.scot

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