Local Government Flood Forum 2013/14 Annual Subscription
Monday, 30 June 2014 from 09:00 to 16:00 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Sign up to the Local Government Flood Forum (LGFF) today!
If you and/or your local authority would like to join, contribute and be a part of the LGFF then please click above to order one annual subscription to LGFF.
The LGFF membership runs from July to June and the annual fee still remains £300+VAT (£360 inc. VAT)!
LGFF membership entitles members to send two delegates (ideally one councillor and one officer) to three day-long meetings addressed by leading figures from local government, central government, academia, key national organisations and the private sector. You will also be kept informed of developments around flooding. In addition, LGFF membership also gives members access to cutting-edge research. In 2011, LGFF partnered with Imperial College London, Met Office and EU-backed RainGain project to develop and pilot innovative technology that will radically improve the management of surface water flooding.
For more information please contact:
Laurie Thraves - LGFF Policy Manager
Barry O'Brien - LGFF administrator
Tel: 020 7554 2800
Local Government Flood Forum
The Local Government Flood Forum (LGFF) is the independent voice of local government on flooding matters and intends to give local councils a strong voice and a fair deal.
The Local Government Information Unit (LGiU) provides the secretariat to the LGFF.
For 25 years the Local Government Information Unit has provided support to councils and championed local democracy. The LGiU is an independent think-tank and a resource for local government. Our teams of policy analysts are experts in local government. They provide practical policy advice, training, consultancy, public affairs services and other resources to our members and other organisations.