LHL Group have vast experience in domestic and commercial flood resilience surveys undertaken in York and across Yorkshire. LHL worked closely with the City Of York Council to produce a survey format to fit local authority guidance and enable home and business owners to claim grant funding. Following the devastating flooding in York over Christmas and New Year 2015 LHL undertook well in excess of 100 surveys releasing over £500,000 of government flood resilience funding.
LHL have also completed a number projects on properties to reinstate them after flooding and to implement resilience measures. This is often a combination of insurance, grant and client funding.
One completed project was on a prominent City Centre Property. Flood resilience measures were designed to work with the Grade II Listed Victorian terrace house and the client. LHL gained listed building consent and project managed the works on site. The works included;
- Flood proof kitchen
- 4 sump pumps
- Limecrete Floor
- Flood barriers
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