“We never want to be in that situation again, it was heartbreaking to have to cancel the show,” said chief executive Nigel Pulling.
“Groundworks are already underway to put in extra roadways, drainage systems and hard standing around car park gateways. In addition, we are looking at acquiring a number of pieces of land to boost our car parking capacity.
“We obviously can’t control the weather but we will be doing our level best to make the show as ‘weatherproof’ as we can.”
This will be the 155th Great Yorkshire Show and it will be 175 years since the first Great Yorkshire was held.
Dates for this year’s Great Yorkshire Show are 9-11 July.
The Association of Event Organisers (AEO), Association of Event Venues (AEV) and the Event Supplier and Services Association (ESSA) have joined together to launch a three-year research study into the UK exhibitions and live events sector.