Engaging Communities for Watertight Solutions

The SuDS+ project features as a case study in a report recently published by the Institution of Environmental Sciences.

Caitlin Rogers, Mark Davinson, Ed Rollason and Eleanor Stakey have written a chapter to describe the SuDS+ process being developed and share how this is currently being implemented within Stanley South. Recent findings and the SuDS+ concepts are also presented.

Within the environmental SCIENTIST, the chapter is called SuDS+: a new approach for communities to benefit from sustainable drainage systems.

Disseminating the Community-led SuDS+ project in this way is helping to share new methods and ideas which others can adopt elsewhere. You can read the article by downloading a free copy of the publication Environmental Scientist.

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