River Severn Flooding in Shrewsbury

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River Severn Flooding in Shrewsbury

River Severn Flooding in Shrewsbury.

In February 2022 Storm Franklin caused the River Severn’s water level to rise to 5.33 meters as of 23rd of February. The record high here is 5.56 meters and was recorded in November 2000.

Flooding in Shrewsbury on the River Severn is an ongoing issue for local residents and will continue to cause concern in the future. In addition some residents have said they’ve experienced flooding up to 17 times in the past 14 years and it’s only becoming more frequent.

We urge residents and businesses to invest in flood protection where they can. Here at Floodsafe Projects we can provide multiple solutions to help you protect against flooding. We can accommodate a wide range of different products for different budgets whether it’s residential or commercial flood protection that’s required and

One of our previous clients who lives on the River Severn sent us some photos of the barriers we installed these kept his property dry and protected from the flooding of February 2022. We really take pride in seeing our installations protecting someones property, family and loved posessions.


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Please have a look at some of the products we can supply and install on our products page.

If you would like a no obligation quotation to help protect your property or business please use the contact us form or call us on 01995 238008.



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