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Dundee & Glasgow – Thurs 21 October

Posted by: admin in News on 21 Oct, 2010

On Thursday 21 October the Scottish Flood Forum will be holding a meeting in Dundee with members of its Steering Group to further promote, expand and develop the Scottish Flood Forum. In the evening Paul Hendy, Director of the Scottish Flood Forum will attend the Scottish Environment Protection Agency’s (SEPA) flood warning dissemination focus group […]

Stonehaven & Stirling & Dumfries – Thurs 07 October

Posted by: admin in News on 04 Oct, 2010

On Thursday 07 October the Scottish Flood Forum will be taking part in an all day flood exhibition in Stonehaven Town Hall. Paul Hendy, Director of the Scottish Flood Forum will be attending a meeting with SEPA in Stirling from 10 till 12noon on Flood Warnings Direct. Paul Hendy will be following this up by presenting at […]

Scottish Flood Forum – Increased funding

Posted by: admin in News on 08 Sep, 2010

The Minister for Environment, Roseanna Cunningham MSP announced increased funding for the Scottish Flood Forum at the SEPA conference held in Edinburgh on 8 September 2010. Director of the Scottish Flood Forum, Paul Hendy said: “We’re delighted that the Scottish Government is providing the additional financial resources that will allow us to look to the […]

Edinburgh – Weds 8 September

Posted by: admin in News on 08 Sep, 2010

The Scottish Flood Forum have been invited to attend a SEPA conference in Edinburgh on Wednesday 8 September 2010. The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) are hosting the Flood Risk Management conference and the Minister for Environment, Roseanna Cunningham MSP, is the keynote speaker at this event.

The Scottish Flood Forum will be visiting the following communities on Wednesday 01 September. Paul Hendy, working in conjunction with SEPA, will be visiting Ballater, Banchory, Pitcaple, Keith and Dundee.

Stirling & Dumfries – Tues 31 August

Posted by: admin in News on 06 Sep, 2010

The Scottish Flood Forum during the morning of Tuesday 31 August, will be attending a meeting with SEPA in Stirling. After this meeting Paul Hendy will travel to Dumfries to conduct flood recovery visits in the Dumfries area. The Scottish Flood Forum continues to provide information and support to the Dumfries community and those affected by flooding. […]

Flood Risk Management Conference

Posted by: admin in News on 10 Feb, 2010

The Flood Risk Management Conference 2010 was held at Our Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh on 10 & 11 February 2010. This free conference was organised by the Scotland & Northern Ireland Forum for Environmental Research (SNIFFER) and was supported by the Scottish Government, Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), Scottish Water, The Society of Chief Officers of Transportation […]

National Flood Emergency Framework Workshop

Posted by: admin in News on 26 Mar, 2009

The National Flood Emergency Framework Workshop, held at Leeds on the 26th March 2009, was an open consultation with flood professionals, local authority reps, voluntary sector and many others involved in the aftermath and support of communities following a major flood incident. The Scottish Flood Forum was invited to attend along with SEPA where we […]

Business Conference

Posted by: admin in News on 17 Mar, 2009

A “Business Flood Seminar” conference, organised in partnership with SEPA, was held on the 17th March 2009 in Surgeons’ Hall at the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. The Scottish Flood Forum was invited to share in this first business conference hosted by SEPA.      Photo (Left): Roseanna Cunningham MSP – Minister for the Environment, […]

Hawick Flood Group assists with flood warnings

Posted by: admin in News on 19 Feb, 2009

Last night members of the Flood Group and business community in Hawick met representatives from SEPA to discuss the proposed flood warning programme SEPA plan to develop in 2011. I went along to act as chair. Hawick is unique in having such a strong and well organised Flood Group under the leadership of Councillor Stuart […]


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