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Following Storm Dennis and Ciara, Broxtowe Borough Council will look to assist those significantly affected by flooding. There are two schemes that have been created to help. For more details of the following schemes please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0115 9177777.
- Flood-hit households in affected areas can apply for up to £500 in financial hardship payments to give cash quickly to those in short-term need.
- Households and businesses significantly affected by recent flooding will be eligible for 100% Council Tax and Business Rates Relief for at least three months.
In addition to this, Nottinghamshire County Council are also offering help through the Floods Hardship Fund or the Nottinghamshire Floods Business Hardship Fund, you can find more information about this here.
You can find the latest updates on flooding on Nottinghamshire County Counci'ls current disruption page (Opens in a New Window)
This includes information on:
- Road closures
- School closures
- Public transport
- Library closures
- Registration Office closures
- Support and advice on flooding
For highway flooding, contact Nottinghamshire County Council on 0300 500 80 80.
For sewer flooding, contact Severn Trent Water. Visit the Severn Trent Water website (Opens in a New Window).
In the event of heavy rain and rising water levels, the public are urged to monitor the Environment Agency website (Opens in a New Window) or contact the Environment Agency Flood Line on Flood line on 0345 988 1188 for up to date information on flooding levels nationally.