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Demystifying Water Management in Planning, an integrated approach

Wednesday, 15 April 2015 at 9:30AM - 4:00PM
Centre for Life, Times Square, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4EP
members £99+VAT, non-members £119+VAT
RTPI North East

Brought to you by the Environment Agency and Durham County Council in association with Northumbrian Water, this event will examine how water resources (marine, fluvial and ground) are to be managed in light of concerns about climate change and the implications for the development industry.  A must attend for planners and engineers in both public and private sectors.

Programme Topics include:

  • Policy and Legislation - Ned Westaway, Barrister with Francis Taylor Building
  • Water Framework Directive and Planning - The Environment Agency
  • SUDS Approval Bodies (SABS) and their relationship to Planning - Martin Kenney, SUDS Manager, Northumbrian Water
  • Planning Policy on Water Issues - Demystifying Water Management Issues - Peter Ollivere, Durham County Council
  • Blue/Green Cities - Delivering and Evaluating Multiple Flood Risk Benefits in Blue-Green Cities - Dr Emily Lawson, University of Nottingham
  • The Water Company’s role in the Planning Process - Les Hall, New Development Manager, Northumbrian Water
  • Development Management - Julie Seaton, Major Developments & Delivery Manager, Northumberland County Council

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This event is kindly sponsored by:

Northumbrian Water