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In a trading update for the year to 31 October, Polypipe has cited project delays and flooding and poor ground conditions as main contributors of lower profits.
The MHCLG has activated the government’s emergency Bellwin scheme to reimburse eligible local authorities for the flooding in Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.
Living With Flooding sets out advice to stop or mitigate flooding and says minor adaptions, such as installing a flood guard and raising the height of electrical sockets, can prevent damage or reduce the amount of time spent in temporary accommodation.
Amey, United Utilities and jetting equipment supplier Jetcham, have developed two pieces of kit to prevent customers’ properties being flooded by sewage.
Mary Dhonau OBE, chair of the Property Care Association’s Flood Resilience Group, sets out some of the actions that can be taken to reduce the impact of flooding – and why a co-ordinated approach is vital
Mary Dhonau, Chair of the Flood Protection Group at the PCA highlights the professional standards required to mitigate the impact of flooding
The government must reform building regulations for new homes if it is to protect communities from future flood risks
Victoria Hills, chief executive of the Royal Town Planning Institute, looks at the key planning system issues that need to be addressed in 2020.
After participating in the Defra-sponsored Cumbrian Flood Resilience Project, Aquobex looks at the progress in the developing market for flood resilient repairs.
Amey has partnered with ClicksandLinks to develop an augmented reality app to fight unflushable blockages, which will be piloted across the Severn Trent contract.
'Retrofitting for Flood Resilience: A Guide to Building and Community Design' is the newest release from RIBA.
Ofwat has confirmed a major investment programme to improve services for customers and the environment in its finalised price review for 2020-25.
Nine partners have been appointed to the £650m Clean and Waste Infrastructure framework and Customer Focussed Infrastructure framework.
Architects Perkins and Will has received the green light for the designs of two new buildings on Plot 16 in The Oxford Science Park.