SCAPE partners meet in Brighton

On 5-6 November, the SCAPE consortium met in Brighton to discuss ongoing project developments and achievements, as well as future actions. During the second day, project partners conducted a joint workshop with the Expert Group of Brighton & Hove.

On 5-6 November, the SCAPE consortium met in Brighton to discuss ongoing project developments and achievements, as well as future actions.

During the second day, project partners conducted a joint workshop with the Expert Group of Brighton & Hove. Apart from the different agencies which are involved in the waterpolicy, also professors of the University of Brighton were took part in the discussions.  The last designs of the Brighton & Hove pilot – Carden Avenue was presented and all participants took part in the second climate test.

All feedback and input will result in a fine-tuned method to conduct similar climate tests with a focus on water management in the future, and will result in a manual with possible Landscape-Led Design (LLD) solutions. This in turn will form the basis of the online LLD portal.

Gepubliceerd op donderdag 21 november 2019 15.42 u.