Property sales higher in flood risk areas

September 2015
Mortgage Finance Gazette;Sep2015, Vol. 146 Issue 1795, p8
The article discusses that the property sales were higher in areas having higher flood risks, and mentions that Great Britain's Environment Agency's data for the last 50 years shows a steady increase in floods.


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