… and Bristol Flood risk management
An illustrated talk by Melvin Wood, Environment Agency – back by popular demand.
Tuesday 19th November 2019 – 7.30 pm at Redland Parish Halls.
Bristol was built on good river systems in order to develop trade and to provide power for milling all across the city. Those rivers have gradually and steadily been built over and effectively ‘lost.’ However they are still there and their associated flood risk needs to be assessed and prepared for if Bristol is to be a resilient city for the next 100 years.
This talk will look at the rivers systems across the city and provide an overview of the flood defence systems which reduce flood risk across the city.
All tickets for this event have now been sold – to be added to the waiting list in case of any returns please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Melvin Wood is a chartered civil engineer with the Environment Agency and is an asset manager for the Bristol Avon catchment. He has 20 years of experience with the Environment Agency flood risk management and operations teams, as well as 12 years of experience with consultants, contractors and local authorities in general civil engineering.