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    ADA

    Established in 1937, ADA is the membership organisation for drainage, water level and flood risk management authorities throughout the UK. Today ADA represents over 230 members nationally, including internal drainage boards, regional flood & coastal committees, local authorities and national agencies, as well our Associate Members who are contractors, consultants and suppliers to the industry. […]

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    British Water

    British Water is an association which has a wide and varied membership covering all sectors of the water industry. From consultants, legal and financial partnerships, manufacturers of equipment and multi-disciplinary contractors to SMEs and independent consultants. We work to bring a coherent approach to delivering in partnership with the water companies, the best for the British water industry. We try to […]

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    Landscape Institute

    The Landscape Institute is the Royal Chartered institute for landscape architects. As a professional body and educational charity, we work to protect, conserve and enhance the natural and built environment for the public benefit. We champion landscape and the landscape profession, through advocacy and support to our members, in order to inspire great places where […]

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    Ouse & Adur Rivers Trust

    The Ouse & Adur Rivers Trust (OART) is a rivers trust formed from the amalgamation of the Sussex Ouse Conservation Society and the River Adur Conservation Society. It is a registered charity and a member of the national body now known as The Rivers Trust (formerly the Association of Rivers Trusts). OART is dedicated to […]

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    susdrain

    susdrain is an exciting new community that provides a range of resources for those involved in delivering sustainable drainage systems (SuDS). SuDS help to manage flood risk and water quality and provide a range of amenity benefits that create great places to live, work and play. With the need for SuDS greater than ever before, […]

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    THAMES ESTUARY PARTNERSHIP

    Thames Estuary Partnership is committed to maintaining and improving the landscape of the Thames, whether that is through infrastructure and engineering projects, trade development, water quality and resource management or natural habitat conservation.Hosted by University College London (UCL), TEP has been building networks, delivering projects and facilitating partnership programmes for the past 20 years. We receive […]

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    The Institution of Engineering and Technology

    The IET is one of the world’s largest engineering institutions with Over 163,000 members in 127 countries. It is also the most multidisciplinary – to reflect the increasingly diverse nature of engineering in the 21st century. The IET is working to engineer a better world by inspiring, informing and influencing our members, engineers and technicians, […]

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    The Water Management Society

    The Water Management Society (WMSoc), has been providing practical and technical training solutions to individuals and companies within the water management industry for over 40 years. Our expertise in Legionella awareness and Legionella training enables us to give the most up-to-date instruction on how to prevent Legionnaires’ disease within various water systems, including cooling towers. […]

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    UK Flood Partnership

    The UK Flood Partnership was conceived to support the growth of a high quality, UK wide flood defence industry. It provides a unique forum for engagement, representing the first ever attempt to bring together like minded organisations to help tackle one of the biggest natural threats we face. By bringing together key public and private sector stakeholders, […]