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The warning systems are designed in a sophisticated way specifically to allow for the public’s ignorance of the flood problems they may face. New techniques are being developed to improve the accuracy of the public warning which has to be of a high standard and designed to forecast both flood magnitude and effect. Unfortunately it appears that regardless of the sophistication of flood warning systems, nature has a perverse habit of not running true to form and warnings based on the extrapolation of previous flood experience give results which are prone to error.

1970 “Rainfall excesses in the United Kingdom”, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 49:49–60. Copyright 2003 By Tylor & Francis E-Library, inc. I. I. I. I. W. W. C. I. G. 1981 “The costs and benefits of house raising as a flood mitigation option”, paper presented at 17th Conference of the Australian Institute of Geographers, Bathurst, New South Wales Smith, K. A. L. A. E. E. F. 1980 “Overview of the flood insurance program”, statement to the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, Institute of Behavioural Science, University of Colorado, Boulder Copyright 2003 By Tylor & Francis E-Library, inc.

This housing need was often met by developments in flat areas which meant that the developer’s infrastructure costs were kept to the lowest possible but which were, of course, prone to floods. As time passed a further factor influenced residential developments. During the last hundred years people began taking holidays at the seaside and there grew an ever increasing demand for residential areas with easy beach access. These leisure centres with their special characteristics can be considered separately as they pose different flood risk problems.

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