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Policy and Technical News page 6 - 7


The NPPF Climate Change


A new standard in Vortex flow control


Industry Knowledge page 8 - 9


Stormwater Drainage Flood Risk Insurance Flood Risk


Water Level Management pages 25 - 27


Managing Tidal Flood Risk in London


Riding the Storm The Love your River Campaign CIWEM Living Wetlands Award


Government announces action to improve implementation of the Habitats and Wild Birds Directives


Ducklings signal rare hope Killer Shrimps in the Broads


Flood Defence pages 10 - 23


Property Level Protection


Drought, Storage & Irrigation pages 28 - 31


Drought - News from the NFF


White Cart Water Flood Alleviation Scheme


Helping the Wildlife The Worlds largest hydro-brakes


Irish-American cooperation in wave energy research


Tidal Project Agreed


FLOOD BARRIER FEATURE pages 14 - 23


Introduction


Non-Permanent Flood Protection Systems


Temporary Barriers


Why Passive Defences Represent the Future of Flood Protection


Demountable Barriers Infrastructure and Flood Risk


Protecting Utility sites Lightweight Barriers - Rapidam Sand’less’ Bags - Floodsax A waterwall for an entire estate Demountable Barriers for Cologne Sliding Barriers Glass Barriers


The Story so far Saving the Fish


Invasinve Plants - Algal Bloom


Drainage Systems pages 24 - 26


A bespoke stormwater solution


A New Deal for nature & Water at Haweswater


Conservation & the Environment pages 32 - 37


The Role of Biodiversity in Welsh Rivers


Renewable Energy pages 38 - 40


First Wave Device for FAB Test


A further £103 million investment in Scotland’s renewable industry


Panolin Powers Clean Energy Generators


Northumbrian Water invest in Hydro- power


World Leading Energy Firm Invests in the UK


Floating Wind Turbines


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