Debate: Do SuDS increase the value of development? London

20 October, 2017 | 12:00 - 14:00

Venue address:

Institution of Civil Engineers
One Great George Street
Westminster
London SW1P 3AA
United Kingdom
Join us at the debate: Do SuDS increase the value of a a development?
Join us at the debate: Do SuDS increase the value of a a development?

About this event

Flooding already costs the UK £1bn a year, and this figure is expected to rise. We need ‘out of the box’ thinking to solve the problems posed by flood waters, climate change and urban development.

This thought leadership debate will explore the future of drainage, focusing on whether SuDS increase value for developers.

Speakers

Confirmed panellists:

  • Fay Bull, Associate Director – Water, AECOM
  • Elliot Gill, Chair, CIWEM's Urban Drainage Group and Vice Chair, CIRIA's Water Advisory Panel
  • Dr Katherine Hyde, Lecturer in Environmental Sustainability, University of Reading
  • Martin Lambley, Product Manager - Foul, Utilities & Water Management, Wavin​

Programme

12:00 Registration and light lunch
12:30 Welcome from the Chair
12:40 Debate: Do SuDS increase the value of a development?
13:45 Summation from the Chair
14:00 Close of discussion

The event will be streamed live online for those unable to us in person.

This event, part of ICE’s Energy, Resilience and Climate Change campaign, is in partnership with:

            

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