Alyth Natural Flood Management Study

Closed 18 Mar 2022

Opened 28 Feb 2022

Feedback updated 20 Sep 2023

We asked

We asked residents to provide information on their experiences of flooding in Alyth to help inform the development of athe natural flood management study.

You said

Residents provided a wide range of useful information on the flooding experienced in the area, including photographs and videos

We did

We collated the feedback received and this was passed over to our consulting engineers (AECOM) to inform the development of the Alyth Natural Flood Management Study, which is expected to be compelted by early 2024.

Results updated 20 Sep 2023

The Council would like to thank those that took the time to provide information regarding their experiences of flooding in the Alyth area.

This information has been collated and passed on to the consulting engineers (AECOM) to help inform the development of the Alyth Natural Flood Management Study. 

The surface water managment plan is expected to be completed by early 2024.


We are keen to consult with residents regarding their experiences of flooding in Alyth.

We have recently engaged consulting engineers, AECOM, to carry out a natural flood management study for Alyth.  This work will involve reviewing and modelling existing flood conditions and the consideration of potential natural measures to address flood risk. This is an identified action within the current Tay Local Flood Risk Management Plan (which can be viewed at: 

The below letter was recently issued to local residents and businesses requesting their feedback on the flooding they have experienced in Alyth (from the Alyth Burn, Doctor's Burn and Johnshill Burn).

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Why your views matter

To inform the natural flood management study, we are keen to gather as much local information as possible, to build on our existing knowledge. In particular we are looking for the following:-

  • Details of past flood events: date, time, flood depth and damage caused;
  • Background information, records, videos or photographs of previous flooding;

We would encourage residents to share their views by completing the questionnaire, and to provide any flood photos and videos they may hold. We can copy any such information and return it to you if this would help.  This information will help to inform the development of the Alyth natural flood management study.

What happens next

The information you provide will help us capture local information within the flood study. 

We will be consulting with the community at key stages of the project.  This will include engagement sessions to allow the community to feedback on the draft outputs of the study.


  • All Perth & Kinross


  • Any Audience


  • Emergency Planning
  • Flooding
  • Severe Weather
  • Climate Change