DrainsAid is pleased to see an excellent panel of speakers has been announced at Floodex UK this year. The event, which takes place on the 17th and 18th May 2017, is being held at Peterborough Arena. It presents an opportunity for all stakeholders within the industry to meet and discuss the latest advances in technology for drainage and flood risk management as well as find out about current strategies and policies being developed.
As well as HRH The Duke of Gloucester recently confirming his attendance on 17th May, other high-profile attendees include the Chief Executive of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, David Gardner, who will talk about how soil management can improve infiltration and help to reduce flooding. Also presenting amongst others are Minette Batters (Deputy President of the National Farmers’ Union), Ross Murray (President of the Country, Land and Business Association), Greg Smith (Project Manager at the Environment Agency) and Richard Neall (Chief Executive at One Group Construction).
Over the two days, the topics which will be covered include; partnership approaches, innovation policy, resilience, construction, property, insurance, water quality and resources, paving, soil, farming and land management. The range of issues being spoken about by the different speakers offers an exciting chance for the different sectors within the industry to learn from each other and work together and address some of the issues affecting drainage, water level and flood risk management.
DrainsAid is based in Wakefield and provides total drainage management across Yorkshire and the rest of the UK. For more information about the range of services we provide, please call our office today on 0800 0180123.