Who to call when you need help

Throughout a flooding incident information is available on the Environment Agency’s Flood Line 0845 988 1188. Once connected you need a subsidiary six digit code determined by where you live. You are advised to obtain this well in advance. Clearly, the 999 emergency number for Fire, Police and Ambulance services is applicable all the time as are some other useful numbers. However, there are some numbers that depend on the time of day and whether or not there is a major incident, in which case Incident Centres may be open.

 

 

The Environment Agency

Flood Line (see above) 0845 988 1188
The National Incident Hotline 0800 80 70 60

After reporting your problem

you will normally get a call back from a local official

Local Incident Centre 0800 141 2689

Thames Water

0845 920 0800

Surrey County Council

0845 600 9009

 

 

Waverley Borough Council

Daytime 01483 523 333
Out of hours 02392 242 161
Incident Centre 01483 523207

Farnham Town Council

Daytime 01252 712667

British Gas (gas escape)

0800 111 999

South East Water

Daytime 0333 0003330
Out of hours 0333 0000365

EDF Energy

0800 783 88 66

Scottish and Southern Energy

0800 294 3259
It may help to put relevant numbers into your Personal Flood Plan

 

 

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