Date:Thursday 23 May
Time:18:00 refreshments, 18:30 presentations
Venue:Worcestershire County Cricket Club - Kenyon Suite, Level 2, The View Building
Cost:£10.00 for non-members
Join us for an environmentally-focused event where we will hear presentations from the Environment Agency and Green Blue Urban covering issues including flood alleviation and the use of trees in the urban environment.
Presentation One: Our first speaker will be a representative from the Environment Agency (TBC) who will set out current policy situation relating to local environmental issues including flood alleviation.
Presentation Two: Our second speaker is Howard Gray from Green Blue Urban. An enthusiast for successful urban trees, Howard has been planting trees in urban areas for over forty years. Understanding the many conflicts involved with planting in congested towns and cities, he is able to work with designers and contractors to achieve the best result – for now and for future generations.
Having worked on a number of Green Blue Urban’s SuDS (Sustainable Urban Drainage) schemes across Europe, Horward is uniquely positioned to present the Green Blue Urban vision – enabling sustainable cities through the use of green and blue infrastructure.