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18-20 June 2019

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. 


Conference Day 1:
Tuesday 20th March

Morning Sessions

  1. Plenary session: Shared ownership & action
  2. Next Generation workshop
  3. Flood & coast risk modelling
  4. Breaking new ground: investing from a future perspective
  5. Partnership and place: FCERM scheme delivery
  6. Resilient infrastructure: cross sector collaboration
  7. Working with communities: coping with risk

Afternoon Sessions

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

Conference Day 2:
Wednesday 21st March

Morning Sessions

  1. Plenary session: Building resilience
  2. Property flood resilience
  3. Working with communities: building trust & skills
  4. FCRM National Strategy workshop 2
  5. Building partnerships to deliver multiple benefits
  6. Modern asset management

Afternoon Sessions

  1. Strengthening our communities with wider water benefits
  2. FCERM planning & growth
  3. Managing surface water - strategy, successes, solutions
  4. Resolving the biggest challenges on the coast
  5. Development management in FCERM
  6. Coastal planning & delivery
  7. Technology & innovation presentations
  8. Resilient infrastructure: transport
  9. Women in FCERM - networking session

Conference Day 3:
Thursday 22nd March

Morning Sessions

  1. Plenary Session: Shaping the future
  2. Planning for a changing climate
  3. FCERM future skills & challenges
  4. Working with communities: addressing the long term issues
  5. Think big, act early: partnership working in incidents
  6. In conversation with Clare Moriarty

Afternoon Sessions

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

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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