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www.managingwater.co.uk CONTENTS


Policy News page 5


Examining the NPPF Flood Risk Management


Drainage Systems pages 16 - 18


SuDs are coming


Conservation & the Environment pages 28 - 33


Largest new wetland


A bespoke stormwater solution


12 new wildlife havens


Wildlife suffers as the country dries


Industry Knowledge page 6


Stormwater Drainage


Water Level Management pages 19 - 23


Making savings in Hong Kong


Underinvestment in Flood infrastructure


Flood Defence pages 7 - 15


Flooding the biggest risk of climate change Emissions contributing to Flood Risk


Prevent flooding with clean pipes


Pooling the cost of Insurance News from the NFF Not your ordinary floodgates


Water Storage & Irrigation pages 24 - 27


Drought - It’s official


Modelling Software Developments


Waterways charity secures £1bn funding Beavers or floods


Refurbishment, in the current climate Green machines dredging the waterways


Renewable Energy pages 34 - 38


The first Uk marine energy park


£2.5bn boost to economy through renewables


Views following the Drought Summit


Insurance Issues Property Protection


Property Protection in Trevaughan


Increased water storage projects Flood Alleviation Schemes for 2012


The Ultimate in Flood Resiliant Houses


Wigan flood alleviation scheme


£10m R & D funding up for grabs. Abstraction warnings Solar power benefits Water Companies A North South pipeline? Solar power for remote flood defences


Ecotricity surges into wave power


Non-native Crayfish tracked Saltwater tackling invasive weeds


An easier life for Mersey’s eels Cherwell’s fish finally travel upstream


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The Walney Windfarm


£50m investment in Catapult centre


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