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All planning authorities are required to produce a Strategic Flood Risk Assessment (SFRA).

The North York Moors National Park Authority last updated irs SFRA in 2017, to help inform policies in the Local Plan and to provide further guidance for the consideration of planning applications.

The Environment Agency publishes flood risk maps which are used by the Authority to determine whether a development is likely to be at risk from flooding. The SFRA uses these maps as a basis and supplements this with further information on past flooding events obtained as part of the SFRA process.

Useful links and downloads

General information and advice on flooding

North York Moors National Park Strategic Flood Risk Assessment

Strategic Flood Risk Assessment - Maps and Figures.

Figure A1 - Flood risk at Ainthorpe

Figure A2 - Flood risk at Aislaby

Figure A3 - Flood risk at Appleton-Le-Moor

Figure A4 - Flood risk at Battersby and Battersby Junction

Figure A5 - Flood risk at Boltby

Figure A6 - Flood Risk in Carlton in Cleveland

Figure A7 - Flood Risk in Castleton

Figure A8 - Flood Risk in Charltons

Figure A9 - Flood Risk at Chop Gate

Figure A10 - Flood Risk at Commondale

Figure A11 - Flood Risk at Coxwold

Figure A12.1 - Fluvial Flood Risk at Danby

Figure A12.2 - SW Flood Risk at Danby

Figure A13 - Flood Risk at Easington

Figure A14.1 - Fluvial Flood Risk at Egton Bridge

Figure A14.2 - SW Flood Risk at Egton Bridge

Figure A15 - Flood Risk at Faceby

Figure A16 - Flood Risk at Fylingthorpe and Robin Hoods Bay

Figure A17 - Flood Risk at Glaisdale

Figure A18 - Flood Risk at Goathland

Figure A19 - Flood Risk at Grosmont

Figure A20 - Flood Risk at Hackness

Figure A21 - Flood Risk at Hawnby

Figure A22 - Flood Risk in Hawsker and Stainsacre

Figure A23 - Flood Risk in Hinderwell, Port Mulgrave and Runswick Bay

Figure A24 - Flood Risk in Ingleby Greenhow

Figure A25 - Flood Risk in Lastingham

Figure A26.1 - Fluvial Flood Risk at Helmsley

Figure A26.2 - SW Flood Risk at Helmsley

Figure A27.1 - Fluvial Flood Risk in Lealholm

Figure A27.2 - SW Flood Risk in Lealholm

Figure A28 - Flood Risk in Levisham and Lockton

Figure A29 - Flood Risk in Kilburn

Figure A30 - Flood Risk in Lythe

Figure A31 - Flood Risk in Mickleby

Figure A32 - Flood Risk in Newholm

Figure A33 - Flood Risk in Osmotherley

Figure A34 - Flood Risk in Ravenscar

Figure A35 - Flood Risk in Rosedale Abbey

Figure A36 - Flood Risk in Sawdon

Figure A37.1 - Fluvial Flood Risk in Sinnington

Figure A37.2 - SW Flood Risk in Sinnington

Figure A38.1 - Fluvial Flood Risk in Sleights, Ruswarp and Sneaton

Figure A38.2 - SW Flood Risk in Sleights, Ruswarp and Sneaton

Figure A38.3 - Flood Risk in Sleights

Figure A38.4 - SW Flood Risk in Sleights

Figure A39 - Flood Risk in Staintondale

Figure A40 - Flood Risk in Staithes and Dalehouse

Figure A41 - Flood Risk in Swainby

Figure A42 - Flood Risk in Thornton Le Dale

Figure A43 - Flood Risk in Ugthorpe

Figure A44 - Flood Risk in West and East Ayton

Figure A45 - Flood Risk in Wass

Study Area Flood Risk Maps

Figure B1 - Fluvial flood risk across the study area

Figure B2 - The Risk of Flooding from River and Seas Map

Figure B3 - Flood Warning Areas

Figure B4 - Flood Alert Areas

Figure B5 - Historic Flood Map

Figure B6 - Locations where FZ3b was delineated using detailed EA modelling layers

Figure B7 - Surface Water Flood Risk Map

Figure B8 - Areas susceptible to Groundwater Flooding Map