Invergowrie Natural Flood Management Study

Closed 25 Sep 2022

Opened 6 Sep 2022

Feedback updated 4 Nov 2022

We asked

We asked the Invergowrie community about:

  • the flood risk in Invergowrie
  • the findings of the study
  • other actions to raise awareness and improve community flood resilience


You said

Comments were received regarding:

  • the assessment of flood risk (flood maps) and their impact on property insurance
  • how options were assessed, including economic appraisal
  • issues associated with drainage systems

We did

A Question and Answer report was produced and issued to the local community. The flood study has been finalised and the findings will now be reported at the next Climate Change & Sustainability Committee (16 November 2022).

Results updated 4 Nov 2022

The Council would like to thank those that took the time to provide their comments on this project.

A Q & A report is available to view on this page which collates the comments received and provides the Council’s response to those questions.

The study findings will now be reported at the next Climate Change & Sustainability Committee (16 November 2022)



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

All of the details relating to the study can be found in the Council’s newsletter (below) which has also been distributed to local residents and businesses.

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Why your views matter

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

Alternatively, a comment form is also available at the bottom of this page and should be returned to the Council at the address at the bottom of this page (preferably by e-mail) by Friday 23 September 2022.

What happens next

A Question & Answer document will be produced following this event and will be circulated to the community in order to answer any queries/comments received prior to, and during the online event.

The draft NFM study will then be updated and finalised.  The conclusions of the flood study will then be reported to the next Environment, Infrastructure & Economic Development Committee.


  • Action Partnership Locality - Eastern Perthshire


  • All Residents of Perth and Kinross


  • Flooding
  • Climate Change