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Scotland's Flood Risk Management Conference 2019

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Tickets for the 2019 Sniffer Flood Risk Management Conference are now sold-out. If you have not managed to get a ticket, you can add your name to the waiting list and we will notify you if a ticket becomes available. Please advise us of any changes to your details, or alternative delegates by 25 January 2019. If you can no longer attend, please let us know so that we can allocate your space to someone on the waiting list. Programme updates etc. will be posted on www.sniffer.org.uk when available. We look forward to seeing you there! Best wishes Sniffer and the Conference Steering Group.

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Technology and Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde

99 George Street

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Tickets for the 2019 Sniffer Flood Risk Management Conference are now sold-out. If you have not managed to get a ticket, you can add your name to the waiting list and we will notify you if a ticket becomes available. Please advise us of any changes to your details, or alternative delegates by 25 January 2019. If you can no longer attend, please let us know so that we can allocate your space to someone on the waiting list. Programme updates etc. will be posted on www.sniffer.org.uk when available. We look forward to seeing you there! Best wishes Sniffer and the Conference Steering Group.
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'Ten years of the Flood Risk Management Act – moving forward together'

Scotland's annual Flood Risk Management Conference will take place on 5-6 February 2019 at Strathclyde University's Technology and Innovation Centre in Glasgow.

The conference will celebrate achievements and aim to build on them to provide a vision and plan for the future, linking policy and on the ground experiences. The aim is to have the most inclusive conference yet; drawing on delegates expertise, via debates, workshops, interactive sessions and delegate driven workshops. The main themes will include communications with communities and adaptation to climate change with a view to future planning cycles.

The conference is the key opportunity for Scotland’s flood risk management community to come together to share knowledge and best practice.

A detailed programme of the Conference will soon be available on Sniffer’s website.

Who should attend?

This conference is suitable for all those with an interest in flood risk management in Scotland, including local councils, development planners, government agencies, consultancies, researchers and representatives from NGOs.

Tickets & Costs

Attendance of the main conference, the marketplace, civic reception and dinner are free of charge. The conference is often oversubscribed, so please register quickly to avoid disappointment. We want to make sure the diverse voices of the FRM community are represented in this conference, so we kindly ask you keep in mind that the maximum number of delegates per organization is three.

Marketplace

If you are interested in taking a stand in the conference Marketplace, please email frm@sniffer.org.uk with the subject 'Marketplace FRM2019' to receive an application form. The deadline to return completed application forms and payment is 14 December 2018.

'Small print'

If you have not registered, you will not be admitted to the conference.

Switching delegates is permitted, however Sniffer must be informed of any changes by 14 January 2019.

Please note you MUST provide details for each individual attendee to aid further event related communication and the production of name badges etc. Please take care to enter names as you would like them to appear on your name badge.

The conference is oversubscribed every year and has a waiting list. Sniffer reserves the right to limit the number of tickets available to any individual organisation, to allow others the opportunity to attend.

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