Mar 19, 2018 Last Updated 6:11 PM, Mar 3, 2018
The threat of flooding is increasingly linked to climate change and expanding urbanisation. Leeds narrowly escaped a major disaster during the 2007 floods and since then there have been several localised flood events closing the train station, blocking roads and resulting in city centre residents…
In this article, Robert Snook, Director and General Manager at Portakabin, looks at how a secondary school devastated in the Cumbria floods successfully minimised the impact on education provision and shares some of the lessons learned.
Storms Desmond, Eva and Frank spent December of 2015 wreaking destruction across the UK, flooding over 16,000 residential homes in England, and creating the wettest December in the UK for over a decade.
Martin Wadsworth, Managing Director of Discrete Heat, comments on aspects of flood homes renovation that are ready for improvement.

College community

  • Mar 19, 2018
  • Published in Upfront
The Heart of Worcestershire College’s new campus at Provender Mill is situated on a busy junction in the north-east corner of Worcester, overlooking the River Severn.
Newton Specialist Basement Contractor Stonehouse Basements were praised by the Oxford Mail for having protected a family’s property from flooding for the third year running! Their home remained dry while others in South Hinksey, Oxford flooded.

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