Flood Investigation Reports

Discover if a Flood Investigation has taken place in your community, and find out what the cause was.

Flood Investigation – Ise Lodge, Kettering, March 2016

It was deemed necessary to complete a formal investigation into the flood incident at a community building located in Ise Lodge, Kettering on Wednesday 9th March 2016. Internal flooding of one property has been experienced on more than one occasion in the last 5 years.


Flood Investigation – West Farndon, March 2016

It was deemed necessary to complete a formal investigation into the flood incident at a residential property on the Byfield‐Eydon Road, West Farndon on Wednesday 9th March 2016. Internal flooding of one property has been experienced on more than one occasion in the last 5 years.


Flood Investigation – Moreton Pinkney, March 2016

It was deemed necessary to complete a formal investigation into the flood incident at Banbury Lane, Moreton Pinkney on 9th March 2016. Internal flooding of one property has been experienced on more than one occasion in the last 5 years.


Flood Investigation – Nether Heyford, March 2016

It was deemed necessary to complete a formal investigation into the flood incident at Watery Lane, Nether Heyford on 9th March 2016. Internal flooding of one property has been experienced on more than one occasion in the last 5 years.


Flood Investigation – Raunds, March 2016

It was deemed necessary to complete a formal investigation into the flood incident at Brick Kiln Road/North Street, Raunds on 9th March 2016. Internal flooding of one property has been experienced on more than one occasion in the last 5 years.


Flood Investigation – Lowick, March 2016

It was deemed necessary to complete a formal investigation into the flood incident at Main Street, Lowick on 9th March 2016. Internal flooding of one property has been experienced on more than one occasion in the last 5 years.


Flood Investigation – Woodford, January 2016

It was deemed necessary to complete a formal investigation into the flood incident at Windmill Close & Paddock Road, Woodford on 2nd January 2016. Flooding within the building envelope of one property has been experienced on more than one occasion in the last 5 years.


Flood Investigation – Earls Barton, September 2015

It was deemed necessary to complete a formal investigation into the flood incident at The Square, Earls Barton on 16th September 2015. Internal flooding of one property has been experienced on more than one occasion in the last 5 years.


Flood Investigation – Barton Seagrave, August 2015

It was deemed necessary to complete a formal investigation into the flood incident at Grosvenor Way, Barton Seagrave in August 2015. Internal flooding of one property has been experienced on more than one occasion in the last 5 years.


Flood Investigation – Towcester, Windsor Close, November 2014

It was deemed necessary to complete a formal investigation into the flood incident at Windsor Close, Towcester on 2nd November 2014. Internal flooding of one property has been experienced on more than one occasion in the last 5 years.


Flood Investigation – Kings Cliffe, August 2014

It was deemed necessary to complete a formal investigation into a flood incident at Kings Cliffe on 10th August 2014. Internal flooding of one property has been experienced on more than one occasion in the last 5 years.


Flood Investigation – Oundle, Benefield Road, May 2014

It was deemed necessary to complete a formal investigation into flood incidents at Benefield Road, Oundle on 24th May 2014. Internal flooding of one property has been experienced on more than one occasion in the last 5 years.


Flood Investigation – Deenethorpe, February 2014

It was deemed necessary to complete a formal investigation into a flood incident at Deenethorpe on 14th February 2014. Internal flooding of one property has been experienced on more than one occasion in the last 5 years.


Flood Investigation – Corby, Gainsborough Road, February 2014

It was deemed necessary to complete a formal investigation into the flood incidents at Gainsborough Road, Corby on 7th February 2014 at the discretion of the LLFA, although the thresholds for a formal investigation were not met. This is due to the effect the flooding had on Gainsborough Road and Oakley Road which are considered to be critical arterial routes for the town of Corby, as well as the increased frequency of flooding.


Flood Investigation – Hellidon, January 2014

It was deemed necessary to complete a formal investigation into flood incidents at Hellidon on 2nd January 2014. Internal flooding of one property has been experienced on more than one occasion in the last 5 years.