Flood and Coast, Telford International Centre
Join the UK's largest gathering of professionals in FCRM to exchange a broad range of perspectives on innovation and best practices.
Led by the Environment Agency, this conference and exhibition attracts key stakeholders from the flood and coastal erosion risk management (FCRM) community, including environment agency, water companies, civil engineers, transport officials, local authorities, infrastructure owners, Emergency Services, utility companies, product manufacturers, consultancies, contractors, businesses, community groups and universities.Download to your calendar >> Visit event website >>
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