200 attend Natural Flood Management conference at University of Gloucestershire

200 attend Natural Flood Management conference at University of Gloucestershire

Around 200 people attended a major conference on Natural Flood Management (NFM) at the University of Gloucestershire on 25th January. The conference -“Natural Flood Management: Enabling Partnerships and Action” – was organised by the CCRI and Stroud District Council and was aimed at building partnerships between local communities, flood groups, local authorities and land managers to enable them to deliver effective natural flood management at the local scale.

Natural Flood Management: Enabling Partnerships and Action

Stroud District Council and the Countryside and Community Research Institute invite you to a conference aimed at building partnerships between local communities, flood groups, local authorities and land managers to deliver effective natural flood management at the local scale. It will describe the real partnerships established to enable Stroud District Council to deliver the Stroud Rural SuDs project in Gloucestershire, which is building Natural Flood Management in the catchment of the Stroud River Frome. This conference will be relevant to all those planning or working towards implementing natural flood management projects, particularly those working in local government, members of community

Flood Management conference now fully booked

Flood Management conference now fully booked

The major flood conference, ‘Natural Flood Management: Enabling Partnerships and Action’, which is taking place on Wednesday 25th January at the University of Gloucestershire Oxstalls Campus, is now fully subscribed. The conference is aimed at building partnerships between local communities, flood groups, local authorities and land managers to deliver effective natural flood management at the local scale.