Resilience in Systems: Keeping the country running – learning lessons from past floods to ensure infrastructure is more resilient, Loughborough

28 April, 2017 | 08:30 - 10:00

Venue address:

Holywell Park Conference Centre
Holywell Way
Loughborough University
Loughborough LE11 3GR
United Kingdom
Looking at surface water flooding and mitigation measures, and fluvial flooding.
Looking at surface water flooding and mitigation measures, and fluvial flooding.

About this event

Manchester is considering its future resilience and the talk will illustrate how a whole city approach can make effective use of strategic and tactical initiatives to reduce exposure to floods for the benefit of citizens and economic growth.

Our focus will be on surface water flooding and mitigation measures with Dr Zoric Todorvic and fluvial flooding with Craig Woolhouse.


Dr Zorica Todorovic, Associate Director Infrastructure, Atkins.
Craig Woolhouse, Deputy Director Flood Incident Management, Environment Agency.

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