who we help
The LSIDB &
local authorities / councils
In the face of increasing climate uncertainty, LSIDB and local councils work in partnership to shape a sustainable future through responsible water management practices.
LSIDB provides expertise in flood risk assessments, drainage design consultations and environmental impact assessments, offering invaluable support for often complex decision-making. Through our government-funded projects, councils can achieve value-for-money when managing flood risks and improving water quality.
We also offer competitively-priced services, including specialist equipment and resources, to authorities seeking to outsource or subcontract aspects of drainage and watercourse maintenance for their adopted infrastructure.
As a public body, eight Local Authorities are represented on the LSIDB Board by 15 appointed councillors.
Work with us
To learn more about our work, and the ways we collaborate with councils to create forward-thinking policies for a resilient and sustainable water management system please get in touch.
Did you know?
Bristol City Council has a duty of care to some 472,400 residents and 22,820 VAT-registered business units at risk of flooding.
The inception of the first IDBs in England dates back to the 18th century.
Latest from LSIDB
Postcard from the Past
Postcard of the Severn Catchment Drainage Board Operations Team from 1934/1935
ADA Flood and Water Conference 2023
LSIDB Officers attending ADA Flood and Water Conference
Pumping Stations Public Consultation 2023
Two consultation events at Oldbury on Severn and Whitminster were held
Dr Manjit Pope
Chief Executive Officer