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Stakeholder analysis of urban pluvial flood risk management reduction strategies in the London Borough of Redbridge. SANAA OSMANI Centre for Environmental Policy Imperial College London MSC PROJE CT 2010. Project Aims. Redbridge. River Roding. Source: Environment Agency (2010). Rationale.

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Stakeholder analysis of urban pluvial flood risk management reduction strategies in the london borough of redbridge

Stakeholder analysis of urban pluvial flood risk management reduction strategies in the London Borough of Redbridge

SANAA OSMANI

Centre for Environmental Policy

Imperial College London

MSC PROJE CT 2010


Project aims

Project Aims


Redbridge

Redbridge

River Roding

Source: Environment Agency (2010)


Rationale

Rationale

  • Legislative Drivers

    • 2010 UK Flood and Water Management Act

    • 2007 EU Floods Directive

    • 2008 EU Water Framework Directive

    • 2008 Pitt Review recommendations

    • Aarhus Convention Principles


Rationale continued

Rationale continued...

  • Feeds into the aims of the DIANE-CM project of enhancing the capacity of stakeholders to cope with flood risk and increase resilience

  • Stakeholder analysis (SA) will evaluate the current level of flood risk awareness amongst stakeholders

  • Identify key champion stakeholders who are most likely to facilitate FRM strategies

  • Initial stage in increasing public participation in environmental decision-making

  • Improving risk communication and hazard awareness by identifying any barriers

  • Revealing Governance networks


Proposed methodology

Proposed Methodology

  • Questionnaire surveys

    • Triangulation

    • Confirm findings from interviews

    • Stratified systemantic random sample of property owners in high flood risk areas

  • Second round of interviews?

    • Time constraints


  • Data analysis

    Data Analysis

    • Power-influence and interest-influence matrices

    • Stakeholder map/ Sociogram showing linkages and interactions

    • Factist discourse analysis on interview transcripts

    • Statistical analyses on quantitative data from questionnaire surveys


    Expected outcomes and implications of the research

    Expected Outcomes and Implications of the research

    • An assessment of stakeholders’ flood risk awareness

    • Identification of barriers to stakeholder participation

    • Relationships between different stakeholders

    • The results of this research will be used in later stages of the DIANE-CM Project when evaluating the effectiveness of stakeholder involvement

    • SA should establish a platform facilitating stakeholder interaction and learning to reach a consensus


    Thank you

    Thank you


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