Date(s) - 28/03/2017 - 30/03/2017
The International Centre
Join the UK’s largest gathering of professionals in flood and coastal risk management
Led by the Environment Agency, this key conference and exhibition from Tuesday 28 – 30 March at The International Centre, Telford, Shropshire TF3 4JH, is all about risk resilience and response in a changing climate. It attracts key stakeholders from the FCRM world, including civil engineers, transport officials, local authorities, infrastructure owners, emergency services, community groups and universities. A total of 150 presentations and case studies will take place across the three days.
Click here to view a full programme.
Claire Dinnis, deputy director of strategy, Environment Agency comments: “Alleviation schemes continue to be a critical part of protecting the country against flood risk. Pressures on our cities and all urban areas coupled with climate change, require us to look for innovative solutions to increase resilience and sustainability.
“Here we are looking for different sectors to showcase their best examples and learn from one another so we can offer communities the resilient services they need.”