ICE Wales Cymru: How prepared are you for floods?

Flooding is almost common place nowadays across the UK. Demand for housing means building on lower lying land at risk of flooding; the changes in our weather and climate lead to rises in water levels and flash flooding. Now is the time to stay informed and up to date with any issues relating to flooding.

Friday 3rd March 2017

Flooding is almost common place nowadays across the UK. Demand for housing means building on lower lying land at risk of flooding; the changes in our weather and climate lead to rises in water levels and flash flooding. Now is the time to stay informed and up to date with any issues relating to flooding. 

Why not make a date to attend the 15th Wales National Flooding Conference. Held at the Novotel Hotel, Schooner Way, Cardiff Bay, CF10 4RT on Thursday 9th March 2017 and organised by ICE Wales Cymric in conjunction with Natural Resources Wales and in partnership with CIWEM and Cardiff University. 

With a range of speakers and exhibitions and case studies the all-day event will cover anything from sustainable urban drainage systems to coastal erosion and property flood resilience. Lesley Griffiths, AM, Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs, Welsh Government is the keynote speaker.

You can book a standard delegate place online