Try the Check for flooding beta service and tell us how to improve it (what's 'beta'?)

The 2020 flood warning and information services roadmap

Our flood warning and information services help people and businesses prepare for, respond to and recover from flooding.

We (the Flood Digital Services team) want to improve the services even further. We have a clear goal to meet our users’ needs by making them simpler and faster, as well as adding new features. We’re also making sure they're resilient enough to handle the growing number of users that visit our services when there’s significant flooding.

We achieved a lot in 2019, but we’ve got an even busier year ahead of us. This is our plan, often called a ‘roadmap’, of what features and improvements we’ll be working on and when we hope to have them ready for you to use. Sometimes outside factors and priorities change, so this roadmap might change too.

You can contact us for more information about these features, or to suggest another one that you would find useful. Email us at: floodresearch@environment-agency.gov.uk

What we did last year

We:

January to March 2020

The design and development of the new flood information service refresh has progressed into the private beta phase. We’re using feedback and analytics we’ve gathered from the prototype, and will continue to research and develop new ways to enrich the service.

We will also:

April to June 2020

The new flood information service will continue through the beta development phase and will become available for the public to use for the first time. This will allow us to gather more feedback and learn how to improve the service further.

We will also:

July to September 2020

We will:

October to December 2020

We’ll explore how to: