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Lincolnshire has a long history of flood events, the most recent being the tidal surge of December 2013. It continues to face a number of potential sources of flooding, exacerbated by large tracts of the county lying below sea level. Over 100,000 properties (34%) lie within floodplains.
Ian will share examples of the various options used to manage flood risk in differing situations during his 40 year career in the county. These include self-help and resilience measures, floodwalls and defences, bypass channels, flood storage reservoirs, flood warning arrangements and the ongoing Boston Barrier project.
Flood Risk Manager - Environment Agency
Ian has a Master of Philosophy degree in Flood Routing Techniques and a 40 year career history working in flood risk management and land drainage. He is a Chartered Engineer, Chartered Environmentalist, Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers and Member of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management.
With the Environment Agency and predecessors he has undertaken a wide range of positions spanning Design, Construction, Project Management, Operational maintenance and Senior Management.
He currently works closely with the Association of Drainage Authorities to further develop partnership working arrangements between the Environment Agency, Internal Drainage Boards and Local Authorities. He is the national lead on Public Sector Cooperation Agreements.