West Yorkshire Flood Innovation Programme (WYFLIP) AGM Slides 2024

Thank you to all the delegates who participated in the second WYFLIP AGM. The day featured a series of presentations giving updates on current WY FLIP projects, showcasing other innovative flood projects including the Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme (FCRIP) and two engaging workshops held in the afternoon. Stay in the loop with the … Read more

January 2024 – Fountains Abbey – Payments by Results

The Skell Valley Team hosted the Natural Flood Management (NFM) Community of Practice’s winter meeting at Fountains Abbey, which focused on Payments by Results. The day featured presentations on the progress of the Skell Valley Project (led by the National Trust) including NFM and opportunity maps undertaken by the University of Leeds. During the workshop … Read more

Confluence 2023 Resources

Thank you for attending Confluence23; please find below the featured presentations, workshop slides and our video from the day. Stay in touch with project progress and news of events by signing up to our newsletter here. Morning Presentations Introduction to the Upper Rother and Fountains Abbey projects Dr Debbie Coldwell, Don Catchment Rivers Trust and Nabil … Read more

Confluence 2023 – annual event at Horizon Leeds

Our exciting annual event Confluence 2023 will showcase the impact that some of our key projects are having in the region and beyond. Have a look at our video from Confluence 2022 to find out more about what the day will be like. In this video, we explain how iCASP works with partners to help … Read more

WYFLIP Annual General Meeting May 2023

On the 3rd of May West Yorkshire Flood Innovation Programme (WY FLIP) held its first in-person annual general meeting (AGM) and networking event. This event was to take stock of how far WYFLIP has come since starting the programme 18 months ago, and develop innovative plans for the future alongside our partner organisations. Members of … Read more

Confluence 2022 Resources

Thank you for joining us at Confluence 2022, please see the featured presentations and video below. Stay in touch with project progress, news of events and publications by signing up to our newsletter here. Confluence Summary & Delegate Outputs Guest Speaker Presentations Making a difference in our region and further afield – Duncan Fyfe, iCASP … Read more

Confluence 2022

Don’t miss our exciting annual event Confluence 2022 to showcase the many exciting projects we are working on and the impact they are having in the region. This will be in-person on Thursday 22 September, 9am – 4.15pm, in the Nexus Building, Discovery Way, at the University of Leeds campus. We would also like you … Read more

April 2022 – Site Visit Brownlee Centre, reconnecting event at Weetwood Hall

After two years of meeting online, this event provided members with an opportunity to come together to reconnect and network on NFM activities after the pandemic, and to look forward and shape future activities of the group. It was split into two sessions Session 1 – Site visit to see NFM installations at the Brownlee … Read more

Communicating Flood Risk – Flood Engagement Exercise

iCASP has launched an exciting project to help Risk Management Authorities (RMAs), their partners and the wider community improve flood risk communication during an incident to help increase the resilience of those at risk. To facilitate this we have developed a flood engagement exercise for individuals working in flood incident response this includes both RMAs and engaged … Read more

Assessing options for Natural flood Management in the Moss Brook catchment 

  A successful workshop exploring opportunities for natural flood management (NFM) in the Moss Brook catchment was held in Eckington, southeast of Sheffield, as a joint venture between iCASP and the Don Catchment Rivers Trust (DCRT)   This was the first workshop, organised in late October, as part of our Upper Rother Project, which focuses on three sub-catchments in the Upper Rother Catchment. The project aims to create a directory of NFM evidence which will help the DCRT to target areas that … Read more