01 October 2019
The Government of Jersey has been developing its whole-island Shoreline Management Plan (SMP) since summer 2018.The SMP provides an island-wide assessment of the potential risks of flooding and coastal erosion for the next 100 years, particularly the impact of climate change and increased sea levels.
The talk will explore three key streams of work which have shaped the draft policies in the SMP. Firstly, extensive hydraulic modelling has been undertaken to produce flood risk maps for the whole island for the first time.Secondly, the development of management policy will highlight the differences in asset management and policy approach between the UK and Jersey.The final element of the talk will take attendees through the economic appraisal, which has considered traditional flood and erosion damages following Environment Agency guidance.
Delegates will hear from speakers Jason Drummond, Rhiannon Humm and Nicole Boakye from AECOM.
Please note there is limited capacity at this event. Bookings must be made through 'My CIWEM' using the above booking link and are only confirmed once you have clicked ‘proceed & submit’ in the cart and received a confirmation email. If you book but find you are unable to attend, please contact us so that another delegate may take your place.
Refreshments will be served from 05:30pm to 06.00 pm. The presentation will start at 06.00pm.
The AECOM office is located approximately 10 minutes walk from Bristol Temple Meads. Unfortunately parking is not available although a public car park is located immediately opposite the building.
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