|By PR Newswire||
|August 29, 2014 04:35 AM EDT||
LONDON, August 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
If words such as 'SuDS', 'SAB', 'Water Management' and 'Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems' are in your day to day vocabulary, you are strongly advised to keep an eye on this event: SuDS Water Management Summit - the event is taking place in Cambridge, UK from 10th - 11th December 2014.
The SuDS Water Management Summit will discuss challenges and concerns involved with SuDS by bringing together the different groups actively involved in their design and implementation.
The summit will bring together all those involved with SuDS including Local Authorities, Developers, Highways and Water Agencies to network with key industry professionals including Kevin Tidy, Engineer SUDs, Bracknell Forest Borough Council; David Harding, Customer and Stakeholder Enagement Analyst, Thames Water; Terry Nash, Director, UK Rainwater Harvesting Association; Barbara Barbarito, Business Strategy & Policy Manager, Scottish Water and Sass Pledger, Manager Flood & Water, Cambridgeshire County Council.
Copies of the preliminary agenda are fully downloadable from the event website here at no cost. A copy can be also requested via email at [email protected]
To contribute to the event programme, SuDS professionals can email the Event Producer, Gemma Webb directly at [email protected]
Press are invited to attend this important industry forum, if you would like to a complimentary press pass please email Veronica Araujo [email protected]
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