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Moray Flood AlleviationOne Client, Four Towns, Five Flood Alleviation SchemesLearning from the Past, Designing for the Fut...
Where is Moray?
Where is Moray?
Four Towns
Forres and the River Findhorn
Forres and the Burn of Mosset
Elgin and the River Lossie
Lhanbryde and Scotsburn
Rothes and its Burns
Rothes and its Burns
Moray Flood Alleviation
Lhanbryde
Lhanbryde
Lhanbryde
Lhanbryde – September 2009
Lhanbryde – September 2009
Lhanbryde – September 2009
Forres – Burn of Mosset
Forres – Burn of Mosset
Forres – Burn of Mosset
Forres – Burn of Mosset
Forres – Burn of Mosset
Forres – Burn of Mosset September 2009
Rothes
Rothes
Rothes
Rothes
Rothes – September 2009
Elgin and Findhorn
Elgin and Findhorn
Elgin and Findhorn
Summary Lhanbryde – Scheme completed in 2005. By 2010 the damages avoided has exceeded the capital expenditure. Forres – O...
Learning from the Past                         Designing for the future…
Communication
Attitude           Learning from the Past           Designing for the future
Adventure
Community
InvestmentGuardianWednesday 24 November 2010
Investment“Future funding of flood and coastal risk management”Wednesday 24 November 2010Three key aims of the reform:1.  ...
Investment
Investment
Investment
Recommendations  Communication    Attitude    Adventure   Community      Investment   Ownership
Ownership
Ownership
Learning from the past       Designing for the future…OVER TO YOU
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ICE & CIWEM 8 Dec 2010

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Moray Flood Alleviation Schemes

Learning from the past, designing for the future

Barbara Hellett and Steven Trewhella

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ICE & CIWEM 8 Dec 2010

  1. 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. 2. Where is Moray?
  3. 3. Where is Moray?
  4. 4. Four Towns
  5. 5. Forres and the River Findhorn
  6. 6. Forres and the Burn of Mosset
  7. 7. Elgin and the River Lossie
  8. 8. Lhanbryde and Scotsburn
  9. 9. Rothes and its Burns
  10. 10. Rothes and its Burns
  11. 11. Moray Flood Alleviation
  12. 12. Lhanbryde
  13. 13. Lhanbryde
  14. 14. Lhanbryde
  15. 15. Lhanbryde – September 2009
  16. 16. Lhanbryde – September 2009
  17. 17. Lhanbryde – September 2009
  18. 18. Forres – Burn of Mosset
  19. 19. Forres – Burn of Mosset
  20. 20. Forres – Burn of Mosset
  21. 21. Forres – Burn of Mosset
  22. 22. Forres – Burn of Mosset
  23. 23. Forres – Burn of Mosset September 2009
  24. 24. Rothes
  25. 25. Rothes
  26. 26. Rothes
  27. 27. Rothes
  28. 28. Rothes – September 2009
  29. 29. Elgin and Findhorn
  30. 30. Elgin and Findhorn
  31. 31. Elgin and Findhorn
  32. 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. 33. Learning from the Past Designing for the future…
  34. 34. Communication
  35. 35. Attitude Learning from the Past Designing for the future
  36. 36. Adventure
  37. 37. Community
  38. 38. InvestmentGuardianWednesday 24 November 2010
  39. 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. 40. Investment
  41. 41. Investment
  42. 42. Investment
  43. 43. Recommendations Communication Attitude Adventure Community Investment Ownership
  44. 44. Ownership
  45. 45. Ownership
  46. 46. Learning from the past Designing for the future…OVER TO YOU

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