Watch: Learning lessons from York’s flood alleviation scheme

This video was first aired at NCE’s Future of Floods conference.

Environment Agency project lead for the York flood alleviation scheme Mark Fuller reviews the latest developments for the York Flood Alleviation Scheme.

Exploring the £38M Foss Barrier upgrade work, Fuller explains what lessons have been learned and can be applied to future projects.

He also explores the wider efforts to reduce flood risk to over 2,000 properties and making the city more resilient to climate change, after years of frequent flooding.

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