Floods 'n' SUDS Conference

Tuesday, 1st July 2008, Tewkesbury Park Hotel, Tewkesbury

· Future Water
· Integrated Urban Drainage Pilots
· Improving Surface Water Drainage
· Code for Sustainable Homes
· EFRA Flooding Report
· Water Framework Directive
· DEFRA Making Space for Water
· The Pitt Review

The conference aims to unravel the issues, examine what progress is being made and provide some answers and show examples of where good practice is being used to deal with stormwater from 'Dest to Sea'.

Cost per delegate is £100 + VAT, including buffet lunch and refreshments.

Alastair Moseley, UK Water Sector Director, WSP

Contemporary Sustainable Drainage: Time for a Paradigm Change?
David Schofield, Associate, ARUP

Implementation of Sustainable Drainage - It's a people thing
Paul Shaffer, Associate, CIRIA

Last Summer's Floods, SUDS and the Way Forward
Phil Gelder, Sewerage Asset Manager, Severn Trent Water

The Environment Agency's Perspective
Alan Rafelt, Regional Strategic & Development Planning Team Leader,
Environment Agency

ISWM & Removing Storm / Surface Water from Sewers
Jeremy Jones, Sustainable Drainage Advisor to Dwr Cymru Welsh Water

PPS25, Code for Sustainable Homes, BREAM: Are we in a SUDS overload?
Simon Boots, Associate, Campbell Reith

Thatcham Case Study
Aiden Millerick, Managing Director, Micro Drainage

Sustainable Drainage - Making it Happen
Alex Stephenson, Director, Hydro International

Keynote Speech
Disintegrated Urban Drainage - Why Some Countries Can Get it Right
Professor Richard Ashley, Sheffield University and MD of Pennine Water Group

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