As Scotland's national flood forecasting and warning authority, SEPA work closely with local communities to help improve resilience and reduce the impact of flooding. Our Flood Warning service helps to ensure communities at risk of flooding from rivers or the sea are given timely notice of flooding.
Since 2012, considerable work has been undertaken to improve our flood warning service, establishing new flood warning areas and recalibrating existing ones.
Our Flood Warning Development Framework sets out what schemes will be delivered in the 2017-21 period. Below you can find a list of schemes that have been launched in recent years. To sign up to receive warnings for these or any of our Flood Warning areas, click here.
Launched in 2019:
Launched in 2018:
Launched in 2017:
Launched between 2012-2016:
Seven new Flood Warning schemes were designed and implemented, including a large coastal scheme around the Solway Firth.