The most comprehensive Free Flood Risk Checker

Why do I need to know my flood risk?

Climate change is bringing increases in the frequency and intensity of torrential rainfall incidence.
A consequence is an increased number of surface water flooding events.
1 in 6
Homes in England are at risk of
5.2 million
Properties are presently at risk of
flooding in England
Of businesses do not reopen after
suffering a catastrophic loss

Source: National Flood Risk Review

Why choose our product?

We have used our expertise to develop a comprehensive system to enable users to clearly understand their risk of flooding from rivers and seas and risk of flooding from surface water. Furthermore, we present in an intuitive manner, users with key information associated with flood risk, such as Weather Observations and Forecasts and River Gauge readings. A good understanding of flood risk for your property is the first step to achieving robust mitigation.

Choose how you want to experience

We have now made this detailed system available for personal use for FREE.
We provide a dynamic enterprise application that provides your business with a detailed understanding
of enduring and dynamic flooding risks along with bespoke functionality developed to ensure the
product meets your organisational needs. We recommend trying out our enterprise system if you’re: all major retail outlets across the UK, property developers looking to purchase new assets or businesses with multiple portfolio of assets.


Up to 3 Properties
Get started for free
Flood Risks from: Rivers, Seas & Surface Water
Local River Gauges
Email Flood Alerts

Large Enterprise

100+ Assets
Try Demo
only $30 /month
Flood Risks from: Rivers, Seas & Surface Water
Local River Gauges
Email/SMS Flood Alerts
Regional Weather Forecast
Manage Flood Mitigation Activity
Social Media Monitoring
Integration with existing flood risk surveys
Integrate with enterprise information

Trusted data provided by

Environment Agency
Met Office
© Environment Agency copyright and/or database right 2015. All rights reserved. Some features of this map are based on digital spatial data from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, © NERC (CEH). Soils Data © Cranfield University (NSRI) and for the Controller of HMSO 2013. Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.
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Stonehaven Technology