Alyth NFM Study Community Event

Closes 14 Jun 2024

Opened 24 May 2024

Overview

Perth & Kinross Council has been carrying out a natural flood managment (NFM) study for the Alyth area and is seeking the views of the community on the draft outputs.

Community drop-in sessions are being held on 28 and 30 May 2024 at the Alyth Town Hall (3-7pm).  These event will allow the community to view and comment on the extensive work carried out as part of the Alyth NFM Study, including the best available understanding of flood risk in the catchment and the draft findings from the study.

 The display boards for the community events are available to view below.

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Why your views matter

Residents are encouraged to provide their views on the draft findings and recommendations.  Comments can be provided by completing the online survey on this page by Friday 14 June 2024.

What will happen next?

A response to any questions raised will be provided to the community in a ‘Question & Answer’ report.  The NFM Study will then be finalised, and we will report the outcome to the next available meeting of the Council’s Climate Change and Sustainability Committee. 

Give us your views

Events

  • Community Drop-in Event 1

    From 28 May 2024 at 15:00 to 28 May 2024 at 19:00

    Venue: Alyth Town Hall
    Event for the Alyth community to view and feedback on draft outputs from the NFM study.
    Officers from the Council's Flooding Team, our consulting engineers AECOM, as well as the Scottish Flood Forum will be in attendance to speak to residents and answer any queries.

  • Community Drop-in Event 2

    From 30 May 2024 at 15:00 to 30 May 2024 at 19:00

    Venue: Alyth Town Hall
    Event for the Alyth community to view and feedback on draft outputs from the NFM study.
    Officers from the Council's Flooding Team, our consulting engineers AECOM, as well as the Scottish Flood Forum will be in attendance to speak to residents and answer any queries.

Areas

  • Action Partnership Locality - Eastern Perthshire

Audiences

  • All Residents of Perth and Kinross

Interests

  • Flooding
  • Climate Change