Catchment thinking: partnerships and financing

Water Wholesale Theatre
Water Wholesale

UK regulation seeks to protect and improve the health of rivers and wetlands across the UK. To meet the requirements of legislation all users and abusers of the water environment will need to play their part in delivering improvements, efficiently.  This session will explore best practice re financing and partnership approaches; the UK’s position on catchment management and natural capital; and with the use of case studies will explore innovative approaches to catchment orchestration. 

Chair: James Brockett, Editor, WWT

‘EnTrade’: collaborating to deliver better environmental outcomes
Guy Thompson, Managing Director, EnTrade

Taking a Natural Capital approach 
Liz Barber, Group Director of Finance and Regulation, Yorkshire Water

Applying an integrated approach to managing catchment challenges
Dr Claire Deasy, Strategic Planning, Northumbrian Water

Integrated catchment management 
Simon Clarke, Senior Consultant, WRC 


James Brockett, Editor - Water & Wastewater Treatment
Clare Deasy, Strategic planning - Northumbrian Water Group
Guy Thompson, Managing director - EnTrade
Liz Barber, Group director of finance and regulation - Yorkshire Water
Simon Clarke, Senior consultant - WRC

  • The best industry exhibition I have ever been to. Thought provoking, interesting, good networking, with a positive feel to the whole event… it was excellent!
    Jacob Tompkins OBE
    Managing Director, Waterwise
  • A great two days of showcasing innovation
    UWL17 attendee



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