Welcome to Floodex 2022.
Despite the Covid hangover keeping many people away from large scale events in 2021, we made Floodex work and created a launchpad for the event to move into huge growth for 2022. And we’ve got off to a flying start.
CIRIA / susdrain will be hosting a two day seminar programme in the SuDS Theatre, with presentations and panel discussions with prominent speakers.
The Environment Agency will be staging a dedicated EA day in the main theatre, curating the presentations on the first day.
CAMELLIA is a 5 year research project looking at Community water management for a Liveable London – are supporting the shows. The project covers Flood risk and water quality, Housing development, Water infrastructure regeneration, Urban renewal & Integrated water management for policy and decision-making. With some brilliant stakeholders, we’re delighted to have them on-board as our visitors and exhibitors alike are looking to tackle these issues as well.
CAMELLIA partners and stakeholders include: Defra; The Rivers Trust; Thames Water; Thames21; Transport for London; South East Rivers Trust; Home Builders Federation; Greater London Authority; Ofwat; Environment Agency; Committee on Climate Change; Affinity Water.
Future Water Association are going to host one of their Network November sessions live at this year’s event. Bringing together their contacts covering utilities, contractors and suppliers to talk about their latest work and explore solutions. CSOs are likely to be one of the core themes that they will be discussing.
Agreement with Homes UK show.
As the shows are open the same dates and there is an overlap in visitor profiles, we have agreed with the organizers of Homes UK, to jointly promote visits to both events, whilst people are on site. Homes UK visitor profile includes thousands of housing professionals from housing associations, local authorities, funders, housebuilders and the built environment, many of whom would have an interested in flood prevention and mitigation.