Lost rivers beneath our feet - and what to do about them? Manchester

27 September, 2016 | 18:30 - 20:30

Venue address:

Manchester Central Library
St Peters Square
City Centre
Manchester M2 5PD
United Kingdom
Join us to learn more about urban rivers and streams.
Join us to learn more about urban rivers and streams.

About this event

Below our cities there are streams, rivers and springs that can no longer be seen. Although hidden from view these watercourses still have a legacy.

Adam Broadhead will discuss his research into locating urban streams and the benefits of “daylighting” urban watercourses. With the potential to benefit, flood management, ecology, wastewater treatment and urban regeneration. He will present a UK case study where approximately half the total stream length and over 100 natural springs have been apparently lost and could be flowing into the combined sewers.

This meeting is being run in conjunction with the Manchester library archive and a selection of items relating to Manchester’s underground watercourses will be available to view before the presentation.

Speaker: Adam Broadhead
Venue: Manchester Central Library
Time: 18:30 – please note there will be no refreshments served

Organised by ICE Manchester Branch
Contact Jason Hyde for further details email jason.hyde@mottmac.com

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