The Future of Flood Management (Delivering a framewo)

Venue: Earls Court Exhibition Centre

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Nov 04, 2008 End Date/Time: Nov 04, 2008
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NCE’s The Future of Flood Management brings together key industry figures to debate the affect of the Pitt Review and assess how local authorities, water companies and the government can work together to fight the floods.

The conference will also examine how we can better protect our assets, the latest initiatives in surface water management and how the update to PPS25 can help mitigate residual risk.

This first optional workshop...
Working with SUDS
Adoption, Adoption, Adoption

The first optional workshop assesses the key issues in SUDS:

Responsibility for SUDS

Local Authority and water company perspectives

Day-to-day management and implementing SUDS

This second optional workshop...
Managing Coastal Erosion
Meeting the challenge

The second optional workshop examines new ideas for managing coastline development:

Evaluating SMP2’s

Coastline modelling

Ecological impact on coastal environment

Investigate coastal/flood management relationship

Latest on Norfolk Coast

NCE’s The Future of Flood Management focuses on the key issues behind flood management, critically assessing current practice, legislation and future initiatives.

Assess the outcome of the Pitt Review and the response from local government and water companies

Examine the new role of the Environment Agency in flood management

Investigate how we can maximise our resources through better asset management

Explore the significance behind the latest PPS25 update

Evaluate progress on DEFRA’s integrated urban drainage pilots

Learn lessons from last summers flooding and investigate future flood prevention strategies


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