Life after flooding





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Published on Jan 22, 2014

The Hull Floods Project team at Lancaster University has transformed policymakers' understanding and management of the
human impacts of the flood recovery process.

Previously, the social and emotional aspects of recovery did not feature much in policy. The team showed that many people find the flood recovery process more traumatic than the flood event itself. This was due to a policy gap between the kinds of support provided to flooded residents by public sector agencies and
the less well-defined services provided by the private sector, such as builders and insurers.

The team has continued engagement with policymakers and practitioners, and produced innovative training materials which can be used to improve understanding of the impacts of flood recovery.

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