Improving flood resilience together

By Giles Stevens | 12 October 2021

The striking images from across the UK in recent months – from Dalmuir to Didsbury – offer an unwelcome glimpse of the future for which we need to prepare. Flooding may no longer be an exceptional event.

Areas that previously would never have had to consider the prospect are now increasingly needing to consider the potential for future flooding events.

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