Specialist consultancy services for hydrology and flood risk

Our strategic support and guidance enables clients to quantify environmental impacts and to identify and prioritise actions

FLOOD CATASTROPHE MODELLING

Involved in projects worldwide for the last two decades, our expertise makes us ideally placed to undertake flood cat model reviews.

GIS APPLICATIONS

The application of Geographical Information Systems is one of our core capabilities and we provide specialist consultancy in this area.

HYDROLOGICAL SURVEYS

Our field based surveys provide a full and detailed assessment of flood risk, for both domestic and commercial properties.

Based in the UK, our clients have valued our independent approach on an extensive range of projects worldwide since 2004

Hydro-GIS use the latest hydrological modelling techniques to inform our analytical studies and design recommendations.

SECTORS

We work with many business sectors including insurance, development and energy, reviewing sites in sensitive hydrological settings. 

COMMUNITY

We also support community and individual projects.
We simplify the jargon and present information in an understandable way.

ADVICE

We advise property owners on flood alleviation measures and legal matters relating to flooding, and can act as an expert witness in Public Inquiries.

Talk to us today and discover how Hydro-GIS can enhance your project

DATA SETS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE

Hydro-GIS has a variety of data available for use in flood related work

which includes the British Rainfall Digital Archive and Historical Flood Databases for Europe. See our full range of datasets available to purchase at dClimate.

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Latest News

News stories and case studies from Hydro-GIS

Adapting to Climate Change: Designing for Flood Resilience

In recent years, the impact of global warming has become increasingly evident, reshaping our planet’s climate patterns. One of the most noticeable consequences is the intensification of rainfall and the subsequent rise in flood risk.

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Documenting Flooding to Shape Urban Development

8th January 2024 Oxfordshire, like many areas of the UK, has started 2024 with severe flooding, causing distress and disruptions in various communities. Following a prolonged spell of wet weather[…]

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Addressing critical issues in hydrology and hydrogeology at AGC NZHS Conference

The joint Australasian Groundwater / New Zealand Hydrological Society Conference, hosted at Auckland University of Technology from November 28th to December 1st, saw participation of 370 delegates representing a global[…]

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