Spain

Royal Decree No. 18/2016 - Flood risk management plans of the Guadalquivir, Segura, Júcar hydrographic demarcations and the Spanish part of the Miño-Sil, Duero, Tajo, Guadiana, Ebro, Ceuta and Melilla hydrographic demarcations

Executive
Decree
Passed in 2016
This Royal Decree approves the Flood Risk Management Plans of the Guadalquivir, Segura, Júcar and the Spanish part of the Miño-Sil, Duero, Tajo, Guadiana, Ebro, Ceuta and Melilla hydrographic demarcations. The actions promoted by the General State Administration and provided for in the risk management plans of the respective demarcations will be submitted, prior to their completion, to an analysis of their technical feasibility. It regulates the structure of all these plans which must contain a report with ten chapters and, in general, four annexes with the following information: the characterization of areas of significant potential flood risk ( ARPSIs); Description of the program of measures; Summary of public information and consultation processes and their results; A list of competent authorities.

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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