Last week the RRC team joined Diana Hammond and Jane Everett from Affinity Water, and Judy England from Environment Agency, for a site visit around Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. Not too far from our office, the trip involved going along to see the Highly Commended Manor Park Road improvements on the River Lea in Luton.
Blog Posts for: River Prize
Last week I went down to Somerset for a tour of the Hills to Levels Project across the catchment. Hills to Levels was the winner of the UK River Prize 2018, and winner of the catchment-scale category.
|Earlier this week, RRC held a site visit to the winner of the 2017 UK River Prize - the River Avon, Wiltshire, Hampshire and Dorset. The visit took place in Salisbury, with participants observing restoration techniques at two sites.|
|River Wylye, Norton Bavant|
|Last month, the RRC 18th Annual Conference took place at the Hilton Brighton Metropole Hotel. With 321 delegates in attendance over the two days, this was the biggest conference so far. Presenters representing academia, consultancy and engineering came together to deliver their projects and experiences.|
Earlier this year the River Tweed was announced as the 2015 UK River Prize winner. Luke Comins, Director of Tweed Forum, picked up a cheque for £10,000 and the Nigel Holmes Trophy during the RRC Annual Network Conference at Whittlebury Hall.