Surface Water Management 2017
Wednesday 20th September 2017 9:00am - 5:00pm
This conference will provide an up to date picture on the context, scale and impact of surface water flooding, advances in modelling and the key barriers to delivering SuDS with innovative case studies and collaborations. Following on from the National Flood Resilience Review, this event will examine the best opportunities and next steps to be taken by government, developers, critical infrastructure providers and a wide range of other stakeholders for surface water management.
The conference aims to examine:
- The paradigm shift needed to address the scale of the threat that surface water flooding poses,
- Partnership working by key stakeholders to develop a tool kit of measures from Property Level Protection to SuDS and urban design, and
- How we can recognise and measure the multiple benefits from implementing effective flood projects.
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Coin Street Conference Centre, 108 Stamford St, South Bank, London SE1 9NH
9:00am - 5:00pm
Phil Chatfield, Welsh Government, Katherine Drayson, London City Hall, Dan Martin, Somerset County Council & Anna Beasley, JBA, Robert Bray, Robert Bray Associates, Kevin Barton, Robert Bray Associates, Fay Bull, Waterman Aspen on behalf of Nottingham City Council, Hannah Cooper, AECOM, Richard Brook, AECOM, Andrew Tweddle, MWH, George Warren, London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, Anthony McCloy, McCloy Consulting, Ian Wilson, Amec Foster Wheeler, Eilis Furlong, Northumbrian Water, Paul Ellis, GeoSmart Information, Bruce Horton, MWH, Peter Melville-Shreeve, Professor David Butler, University of Exeter and Professor Peter Skipworth, Environmental Monitoring Solutions UK