You may require a site specific Flood Risk Assessment (FRA) for insurance for a number of reasons.
We are a team of Flood Risk Consultants covering the entire of the UK offering detailed and high quality flood risk assessments for a wide range of purposes.
We specialise in Flood Risk Assessments for architects, planning consultants, farmers and landowners, renewable energy professionals and private clients. We are flexible in our approach and attitude, whether a multinational or a private individual we tailor our advice to your individual need. We believe a great experience will lead to customer satisfaction and loyalty.
Our highly experienced and qualified team work across the UK. They have a vast amount of local flood risk and drainage knowledge as well as years of experience with negotiations and engagement with the Environment Agency, Insurers and Local Planning Authorities. This ensures that we are best placed to provide detailed local level knowledge for every Flood Risk Assessment undertaken.
As a flood risk consultancy we pride ourselves on being as up to date with environmental and planning legislation as we do with the computer modelling software available to produce flood risk assessments.
If you would like more information about FRAs, SuDS or any other aspect of our work then please contact us today.
6 reasons why you should work with Unda
Free initial advice and appraisal over the phone from a friendly and experience Flood Risk Consultant
Detailed written cost effective quotation available within the hour
A detailed level of local knowledge is applied to every Flood Risk Assessment undertaken
Fast track Flood Risk Assessment reports available to meet your deadline
Complete end to end service negotiating with the Environment Agency, Insurers and Planners on your behalf
Our extensive working experience of the national planning policy framework, the Environment Agency, Local Planning Authorities and Insurers
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