Towns most at risk of flooding - check your post code at the Webmap link below

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Below is a list of towns identified as at risk of flooding by data analysed for a Channel 4 Dispatches programme. If you believe your home or business is at risk of flooding and want a quote for flood damage insurance, use the form for a call back and quote.

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Town Homes at risk of flooding
Boston, Lincolnshire 15,906 homes at risk of flooding
Windsor & Maidenhead 11,673 homes at risk of flooding
Enfield, London 9,656 homes at risk of flooding
Kings Lynn & West Norfolk 8,387 homes at risk of  flooding
Spelthorne, Surrey 8,131 homes at risk of flooding
Runnymede, Surrey 8,106 homes at risk of flooding
Warrington, Cheshire 7,832 homes at risk of flooding
Newport, South Wales 7,762 homes at risk of flooding
East Lindsey, Lincolnshire 7,484homes at risk of flooding
Leicester 7,369 homes at risk of flooding
Shepway, Kent 7,328 homes at risk of flooding
Birmingham 6,497 homes at risk of flooding
Reading 6,095 homes at risk of flooding
Elmbridge, Surrey 5,614 homes at risk of flooding
Merton, London 5,467 homes at risk of flooding
Sir y Flint, Wales 5,294 homes at risk of flooding
Kirklees, West Yorkshire 5,230homes at risk of flooding
Gwynedd, Wales 4,439 homes at risk of flooding
Calderdale, West Yorkshire 4,424homes at risk of flooding
East Riding, Yorkshire 4,361 homes at risk of flooding

The table shows that Boston in Lincolnshire is the town at greatest risk of flooding in the UK with over half of the homes classified as at "significant risk"

However, although the areas of flood risk can be identified it is impossible to predict how accurate the spread is, given that the predictions for flood water levels are wholly inaccurate.

Climate change will have a dramatic affect on the flooding models used.