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20-22 March 2018

Telford International Centre, UK

2018 Conference Programme


There is an extensive programme of conference sessions, workshops and Seminar Live sessions featuring top class industry speakers throughout the three days. Attendance at the ”Seminar Live“ sessions and the exhibition is free of charge to all registered attendees. Attendance at the other sessions is for conference delegates only. Further details of speakers and sessions will be added as available.

The delegate fee for attending the conference starts from £220 – a full list of one day and three day delegate fees can be viewed on the Register Now page

Conference Day 1:
Tuesday 20th March

Morning Sessions

  1. Plenary session: Shared ownership & action
  2. Partnerships and places: FCERM scheme delivery
  3. Resilient infrastructure: cross sector collaboration
  4. Flood & coast risk modelling
  5. UK flood resilience 2040
  6. Working with communities 1

Afternoon Sessions

  1. Investing in FCERM: new and innovative approaches
  2. Resilient infrastructure: water
  3. Natural flood management
  4. FCERM National Strategy workshop 1
  5. Next Generation Workshop
  6. Different approaches to partnership working
  7. International learning
  8. Coastal flood risk modelling
  9. Delivering the FCERM Capital Programme
  10. Working with communities 2

Conference Day 2:
Wednesday 21st March

Morning Sessions

  1. Plenary session: Building resilience
  2. Building partnerships to deliver multiple benefits
  3. Modern asset management
  4. Coastal SIG workshop
  5. Working with communities 3
  6. Property flood resilience

Afternoon Sessions

  1. Session facilitated by Association of Drainage Authorities
  2. FCERM planning & growth
  3. Technology presentations 1
  4. FCRM National Strategy workshop 2
  5. Women in FCERM - networking session
  6. Spatial planning & FCERM
  7. Resilient infrastructure: transport
  8. Coastal planning & delivery
  9. Technology presentations 2

Conference Day 3:
Thursday 22nd March

Morning Sessions

  1. Plenary Session: Shaping the future
  2. FCERM future skills
  3. Think big, act early: partnership working in incidents
  4. Planning for the water related impacts of climate change
  5. Working with communities 4
  6. Session facilitated by the National Infrastructure Commission

Afternoon Sessions

  1. International collaboration
  2. Understanding future flood and coastal risk
  3. FCERM national strategy workshop
  4. Data analytics & visualisation

Information displayed about the conference programme is as accurate as possible but the organisers reserve the right to change the programme without notice.

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