There are several areas in the capital that are at-risk of flooding

These are the 9 areas in Edinburgh and surrounding areas most prone to flooding

Here are the 9 areas of Edinburgh which have been identified as most at risk of surface water flooding.

The at-risk areas are listed on Scottish Environment Protection Agency, showing the locations at the highest risk of surface water flooding.

Risk: high likelihood. Several streets in Duddingston are at risk from flooding, while the Holy Rood High School remains particularly vulnerable.
Risk: high likelihood. Several streets in Duddingston are at risk from flooding, while the Holy Rood High School remains particularly vulnerable.
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Risk: high likelihood. To the south of the city, the Inch area is susceptible to surface water flooding, including Inch Park

2. Inch

Risk: high likelihood. To the south of the city, the Inch area is susceptible to surface water flooding, including Inch Park
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Risk: high likelihood. Much of COlinton is vulnerable to flooding, including Redford Barracks and Merchiston Castle School

3. Colinton

Risk: high likelihood. Much of COlinton is vulnerable to flooding, including Redford Barracks and Merchiston Castle School
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Risk: high likelihood. Parts of Craigcrook Road in Blackhall are at-risk from surface water flooding.

4. Blackhall

Risk: high likelihood. Parts of Craigcrook Road in Blackhall are at-risk from surface water flooding.
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