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The Wales National Flooding Conference 2018 will take place on 3rd May 2018 in Cardiff.
The conference will be organised by ICE Wales Cymru and CIWEM and is supported by Welsh Government, and is being kindly sponsored by Atkins, Waterco, Stantec and Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water
Hannah Blythyn AM, Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs, will be speaking about the National Strategy for Flood & Coast and taking questions.
Two of the four sessions will be chaired by Sarah Jones, Chair ICE Wales Cymru and Gwion Kennard, Chair, CIWEM
Confirmed speakers are:
Lydia Burgess-Gamble, Environment Agency
Working with Natural Processes – the evidence behind natural flood management
Dr Larissa Naylor, Glasgow University
Integrated Green & Grey Infrastructure – guidance for coastal and urban situations
Sean Longfield, Environment Agency
Making Better Use of Local and Historic Data in FEH design flood estimation
Dr Michaela Bray, Cardiff University
Numerical Weather Prediction
Jane Campbell, Stantec
Hull and Haltemprice Charette
Lyall Cairns, Havant County Council
Local Governments Associations joint working on the south coast of England
Phil Chatfield, Welsh Government
Suds Approval Bodies
There will also be speakers from Waterco Ltd on Smart Flood management and Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water on 20/50 and working with local authorities