Langney Haven

Warning no longer in force

River levels are still high on the Langney Haven following the rain Wednesday night and Thursday afternoon, but have now peaked and will slowly fall Thursday night. A few minor flood impacts will remain while the water levels drop, but conditions will gradually improve into Friday (15/11/2019). Showers are possible Thursday and Friday afternoon. We are only expecting a small amount of rain in comparison to recent events. Rivers will probably rise further Friday (15/11/2019) than they have been Thursday (14/11/2019) but should only generate a very minimal response, perhaps including possible water in fields. Our weather forecast for next week and beyond suggests a continuation of the unsettled weather, with periods of rain. Following a wet autumn, rivers are now responding to very small amounts of rain. It is likely the risk of flooding will return over the coming weeks. Please remain prepared and consider taking proportionate actions to reduce the impact of flooding.

This information last updated 6:43pm, Thursday 14th November.

Flood Warning Area Details

Willingdon, Eastbourne and Mountney Levels and their tributaries

Region: South East

Counties covered: East Sussex

Watercourses covered: Langney Haven

Area covered by this alert location

The area bounded in blue on the map shows the area covered by flood alerts and warnings for Langney Haven.

Icons on the map show nearby level monitoring stations. They are not necessarily related to this particular flood warning area.

Note: the area shown on the map is the area covered by flood alerts and warnings. It is not a live map of current flooding. The area covered broadly equates to the area where the fisk of flooding in any year is greater than 1% (the "hundred year" flood risk).

Other Nearby Flood Warning Locations

Willingdon, Eastbourne and Langney Levels
Willingdon, Eastbourne and Langney Levels including Eastbourne Park and Langney Bridge

No current or recent warnings.

Langney Haven at Eastbourne
Langney Haven including Langney Village and areas of Eastbourne, including Brampton Road Trading Estate, Highfield Industrial Estate and the Birch Road and Hammond Drive Industrial Estates

No current or recent warnings.

Inland areas of the Pevensey Levels
Areas of Pevensey at risk from a high tide including the Crumbles, East Langley Levels, Mountney Bridge, Pevensey Bay, Pevensey, Manxey, Horse Eye and Hooe Levels

No current or recent warnings.

Pevensey Levels
Areas of Pevensey at risk from a high tide including the Crumbles, East Langley Levels, Mountney Bridge, Pevensey Bay, Pevensey, Manxey, Horse Eye and Hooe Levels

No current or recent warnings.

Coastal areas of Pevensey seafront
Coastal areas of Pevensey Sea Front between Sovereign Harbour and Beach including Norman Road Pevensey, The Promenade Pevensey, The Parade Pevensey, Beachlands, Normans Bay and the Cooden Beach Hotel

No current or recent warnings.

Pevensey seafront
Coastal areas of Pevensey seafront between Sovereign Harbour and Beach including Norman Road Pevensey, The Promenade Pevensey, The Parade Pevensey, Beachlands, Normans Bay and the Cooden Beach Hotel

No current or recent warnings.

Inland areas of Eastbourne
Areas of Eastbourne at risk from a high tide including areas of Roselands, Willingdon Levels, areas near Shinewater Lake, West Langley Levels and Sovereign Harbour and Langney Village

No current or recent warnings.

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