Richard Ashley: Over the past six years, academics from leading UK Universities working on the Blue-Green Cities and Urban Flood Resilience research projects have produced world class research outputs demonstrating the multiple benefits of Blue-Green infrastructure, resilience of urban water systems under climate and population change, opportunities to use stormwater as a resource, citizens’ interactions and interoperability of Blue-Green […]

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Thanks to Richard Ashley Environment Agency Flood risk asset performance tools – Nine Reports Research to improve asset management decision-making by identifying where, when and how to intervene to reduce flood risk for least cost and greatest benefit. This research project has developed methods, tools and guidance to improve asset management decision-making by identifying where, […]

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Environment Agency publishes new evidence to plan for flood and coastal risk up to 2065 The study uses climate change, population and mapping data to set out future flood risk scenarios. The Environment Agency is investing £2.6 billion in flood and coastal erosion risk management projects between 2015 and 2021, helping to protect 300,000 homes. […]

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Two items: CIRIA Proposal Guidance on delivery of Natural Flood Management Natural Flood Management requesting expressions of interest CIRIA is looking for expressions of interest from research teams that would like to competitively tender to deliver the technical work for Proposal 2970 Guidance on the delivery of Natural Flood Management (the proposal can be found here). CIRIA would […]

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