Scotland's Flood Risk Management Conference 2019
Scotland's Flood Risk Management Conference 2019 Registration now open
The registration for the Conference programme is free and can be accessed here. The call is open until December 17th but please make sure to reserve your spot in advance, as we have a limited amount of tickets available.
'Ten years of the Flood Risk Management Act – moving forward together'
Scotland's annual Flood Risk Management Conference will take place on 5-6 February 2019 at Strathclyde University's Technology and Innovation Centre in Glasgow.
The conference will celebrate achievements and aim to build on them to provide a vision and plan for the future, linking policy and on the ground experiences. The aim is to have the most inclusive conference yet; drawing on delegates expertise, via debates, workshops, interactive sessions and delegate driven workshops. The main themes will include communications with communities and adaptation to climate change with a view to future planning cycles.
The conference is the key opportunity for Scotland’s flood risk management community to come together to share knowledge and best practice.
A detailed programme of the Conference will soon be available on Sniffer’s website.
Who should attend?
This conference is suitable for all those with an interest in flood risk management in Scotland, including local councils, development planners, government agencies, consultancies, researchers and representatives from NGOs.
Tickets & Costs
Attendance of the main conference, the marketplace, civic reception and dinner are free of charge. The conference is often oversubscribed, so please register quickly to avoid disappointment.
The Conference will be held at Technology and Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow on Tuesday 5 and Wednesday 6 February 2019.