Stage 4 Report: What is it?

An overview of lessons learnt and recommendations to improve London’s sewerage and draining systems

Stage 4 Report

This report is the final of four reports comprising the London Flood Review, investigating the severe flooding which occurred across London in July 2021.

The purpose of this report is to summarise the findings of the Review and put forward recommendations so that the impacts of similar events may be reduced in the future.

The London Flood Review is the first step in identifying possible actions to improve resilience to extreme weather events in the future. The IEG will now be focussing, over the next few months on engaging with wider stakeholders and the general public regarding the findings of the report.

The final report and non-technical summaries can be read in full below.

For Terms of Reference for the London Flood Review please see here