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Obtain the right Permits for your project at the right time
At RAB Consultants, we offer comprehensive support in obtaining Flood Risk Activity Permits. Our team of experts specialises in guiding clients through the process, ensuring compliance with regulations and minimising the risks associated with flood activities. We also assist with Ordinary Watercourse Consent applications. Trust RAB to provide professional assistance for securing the necessary permits to carry out activities in flood-risk areas.
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HOW IT WORKS
We begin by understanding your specific requirements and assessing the nature of your proposed flood-related activity. This helps us determine the scope and complexity of the permit application process.
If not already undertaken, our experienced consultants conduct a thorough evaluation of your site, analysing flood risk factors, such as proximity to water bodies, historical flood data, and drainage infrastructure. This assessment provides vital information to support the permit application.
Based on the site assessment findings, we compile the necessary documentation and prepare a comprehensive permit application package. This includes detailed reports, impact assessments, and any additional documentation required by the regulatory authorities.
RAB will act as your liaison with the relevant regulatory agencies, managing the permit application process on your behalf. We ensure that all required documentation is submitted accurately and on time, addressing any queries or additional requests from the authorities.
Once the permit application is submitted, we closely monitor its progress, proactively addressing any issues or concerns that may arise. Our goal is to secure the Flood Risk Activity Permit as efficiently as possible, allowing you to proceed with your planned activities in compliance with regulations.
WHY CHOOSE US
A passionate and dedicated team
All of the specialist knowledge required to deliver the best solutions for your project, in house.
National project coverage
Thanks to multiple office locations, we’re able to serve clients nationwide. We even deliver projects internationally.
A highly bespoke service offering
Your circumstances and requirements are unique, so we tailor our services to achieve better project outcomes.
Leading the industry
We’re a team of innovators, always keen to challenge existing methods to achieve the best possible results.
15 years of quality
RAB have built an established reputation for high quality work and outstanding customer service.
A Flood Risk Activity Permit is a regulatory requirement for conducting certain activities in areas at risk of flooding. It ensures that appropriate measures are in place to mitigate potential risks and protect both people and the environment.
Activities such as construction near watercourses, flood storage or attenuation facilities, dredging, and modification of drainage systems often require a Flood Risk Activity Permit. It is essential to consult with experts to determine if your proposed activity falls under this category.
The timeframe for obtaining a permit may vary depending on the complexity of the proposed activity and the specific requirements of the regulatory authorities. Our team of consultants strives to expedite the process while ensuring all necessary documentation and assessments are completed accurately.
An Ordinary Watercourse Consent Application is a formal request made to the relevant regulatory authority, typically a local environmental agency or water management organisation, seeking permission to carry out certain activities or developments within or near a watercourse. This application process is necessary to ensure that any proposed changes or actions do not negatively impact the natural flow of water, the environment, or the safety of the area.
You might need an Ordinary Watercourse Consent Application in the following situations:
Flood Activity Permits often form only part of the journey our clients take with us.
Learn more about the many services RAB offer to help increase resilience and reduce flood risk.
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“Yes we have got it through, thanks very much for getting that turned around in time!! Great job. Many thanks for all your help, I may be back in touch if we need a hand with conditions.”