Features - Summer 2016

Flooding matters >

The government is finally starting to take flooding seriously, but hard evidence on the efficacy of catchment management is still needed.

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Summer 2015
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Flooding matters >

The government is finally starting to take flooding seriously, but hard evidence on the efficacy of catchment management is still needed.

Urban mending >

At Brentford in west London, KLA has made a number of small interventions that together make a big contribution to the quality of urban life.

The LI’s public servant >

Merrick Denton-Thompson, who will take over as LI president in July, will be a very different president from his two predecessors.

Parks and prejudice >

The predominantly white landscape profession is in danger of excluding members of ethnic minorities from the parks it designs if it does not address some preconceptions.

The people problem >

If we are to make progress in dealing with flooding, we will need to deal with the structure of organisations and government commitment to funding.

Fighting spirit >

The town of Pickering worked out its own approach to tackling and preventing flooding, with some help from outside experts – and even medieval monks.

Living on water >

We should look to the Dutch to make living on the water more prevalent – if we can just overcome our bureaucratic and financial barriers.

Editorial >

Strength in numbers

Bigger picture >

The eye and the hand

Update >

Digging deep for ideas

Technical >

SuDS come up to date

Practice >

Expert Witness

Culture >

Bring back play

A word >

'Unity'

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