NCE Flood Management Forum

Date: 19th - 20th October 2016

Location: America Square Conference Centre, London

New Civil Engineer is pleased to announce the 12th annual Flood Management Forum – the annual industry gathering for the who’s who of the flood risk management sector. Taking place on 19 – 20 October, this year’s event provides a perfect opportunity for the entire industry to gather and reflect on the critical lessons from the winter floods and discuss new approaches to flood risk management.

The 2016 event will focus on three core themes:

  • The winter flooding: assessing response, recovery and the key lessons learnt
  • Evolving flood risk management strategies: flood resistance, resilience and response
  • A joined up approach: community engagement and funding mechanisms for better flood risk management

5 reasons to attend this year’s Flood Management Forum

  1. Be part of this critical and timely discussion with influential leaders and decision-makers on the reassessment flood risk management, climate resilience and the lessons we should learn from the winter flooding
  2. Hear from Defra and the Environment Agency as they share their strategic vision for the UK-wide flood risk strategy and funding plans for the next investment cycle
  3. Uncover the emerging trends in flood risk management, from catchment-wide approaches and natural flood management to funding paths and stakeholder engagement
  4. Take home tangible learnings from a diverse range of practical case studies showcasing innovative, new approaches to flood management
  5. Meet with the leaders and decision-makers from the entire industry all under one roof, from the Environment Agency, lead local flood authorities and water companies, to consulting engineers, contractors and the supply chain

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