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Inviting you to a unique evening in a unique setting

Wavin invites you to See Water Differently at this exclusive, in-person event, hosted in the dramatic setting of the Sky Garden. It is London’s highest public garden, providing an incredible panoramic view from Level 36 of the iconic ‘Walkie-Talkie’ building.
 
At the heart of the evening will be a panel discussion covering a range of issues facing architects, engineers, contractors and planners. Chaired by Laura Tobin, and with some questions taken from the audience, our panel will discuss topics including the retrofitting of SuDS in urban areas; the role for grey infrastructure and blue/green ideology; how water can be managed effectively in the face of extreme urban heat stress; Schedule 3 and Biodiversity Net Gain legislation; and other related subjects. 

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Meet our panel of experts

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Host, Laura Tobin

Laura is presenter of TV’s Good Morning Britain weather and a regular contributor to the climate debate.

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Host, Laura Tobin

Laura is presenter of TV’s Good Morning Britain weather and a regular contributor to the climate debate.

Jo Bradley

Jo Bradley

Jo brings a passion for restoring our waterways and is director of operations for international not-for-profit Stormwater Shepherds.

Dr James Webber

Dr James Webber

James brings a wealth of relevant expertise as lecturer in Water Systems Engineering at Exeter University.

Alex Nickson

Alex Nickson

Alex brings perspective from our utilities as the Head of Partnerships and Catchment Management for Thames Water.

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Martin Lambley

Martin is Wavin’s Global Urban Climate Resilience Manager and a regular speaker on stormwater engineering solutions.

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Dr Amrie Singh

Amrie was the winner of Wavin's Water Futures Challenge with her proposal to transform urban flood modelling.

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Paul Hargreaves

Paul leads Jacobs' Surface Water Management team and has contributed to industry guidance papers for CIRIA and ICE.

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Jo Bradley

Jo brings a passion for restoring our waterways and is director of operations for international not-for-profit Stormwater Shepherds.

Dr James Webber

James brings a wealth of relevant expertise as lecturer in Water Systems Engineering at Exeter University.

Alex Nickson

Alex brings perspective from our utilities as the Head of Partnerships and Catchment Management for Thames Water.

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Martin Lambley

Martin is Wavin’s Global Urban Climate Resilience Manager and a regular speaker on stormwater engineering solutions.

Dr Amrie Singh

Amrie was the winner of Wavin's Water Futures Challenge with her proposal to transform urban flood modelling.

Paul Hargreaves

Paul leads Jacobs' Surface Water Management team and has contributed to industry guidance papers for CIRIA and ICE.

The panel has agreed to waive any fees to take part in this important discussion and Wavin will be donating to Water Aid in lieu.

The evening’s agenda

7pm - Come join us for drinks, canapés and the chance to mingle with peers
8-8:45pm - Panel discussion
8:45pm - A chance for the panel to answer questions from the floor
9-11pm - Enjoy some more networking with a backdrop of London's cityscape by night

Opening the conversation around closing the water loop

Over the course of the evening, you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy a range of drinks and canapés, take in the views, post a question for the panel and network with a wide cross-section of your peers. The evening opens with welcome drinks at 7pm and draws to a close at 11pm.

Apply now to attend See Water Differently

Numbers are limited, so if you would like to attend, please complete the registration form below and we will call to follow up your interest as places and tickets are allocated in the coming weeks.