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Moray Flood Alleviation Schemes

Moray Flood Alleviation Schemes

Learning from the past, designing for the future

Barbara Hellett and Steven Trewhella

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  • 1. Moray Flood AlleviationOne Client, Four Towns, Five Flood Alleviation SchemesLearning from the Past, Designing for the FutureBarbara Hellett and Steven Trewhella8 December 2010
  • 2. Where is Moray?
  • 3. Where is Moray?
  • 4. Four Towns
  • 5. Forres and the River Findhorn
  • 6. Forres and the Burn of Mosset
  • 7. Elgin and the River Lossie
  • 8. Lhanbryde and Scotsburn
  • 9. Rothes and its Burns
  • 10. Rothes and its Burns
  • 11. Moray Flood Alleviation
  • 12. Lhanbryde
  • 13. Lhanbryde
  • 14. Lhanbryde
  • 15. Lhanbryde – September 2009
  • 16. Lhanbryde – September 2009
  • 17. Lhanbryde – September 2009
  • 18. Forres – Burn of Mosset
  • 19. Forres – Burn of Mosset
  • 20. Forres – Burn of Mosset
  • 21. Forres – Burn of Mosset
  • 22. Forres – Burn of Mosset
  • 23. Forres – Burn of Mosset September 2009
  • 24. Rothes
  • 25. Rothes
  • 26. Rothes
  • 27. Rothes
  • 28. Rothes – September 2009
  • 29. Elgin and Findhorn
  • 30. Elgin and Findhorn
  • 31. Elgin and Findhorn
  • 32. Summary Lhanbryde – Scheme completed in 2005. By 2010 the damages avoided has exceeded the capital expenditure. Forres – One scheme completed in 2009. This scheme has already mitigated against a 1 in 20 year event. Rothes – Scheme will be complete imminently (weather permitting!) Elgin – Scheme designed and construction due to commence in April 2011. Forres – Second scheme designed and construction due to commence in September 2011.
  • 33. Learning from the Past Designing for the future…
  • 34. Communication
  • 35. Attitude Learning from the Past Designing for the future
  • 36. Adventure
  • 37. Community
  • 38. InvestmentGuardianWednesday 24 November 2010
  • 39. Investment“Future funding of flood and coastal risk management”Wednesday 24 November 2010Three key aims of the reform:1. Encourage increased investment2. Enable more local choice3. Maintain widespread uptake of flood insurance
  • 40. Investment
  • 41. Investment
  • 42. Investment
  • 43. Recommendations Communication Attitude Adventure Community Investment Ownership
  • 44. Ownership
  • 45. Ownership
  • 46. Learning from the past Designing for the future…OVER TO YOU