Regulation of the water environment has become increasingly topical and tighter. With enhanced knowledge of the potential impacts of climate change, the design standards for both flood risk and surface water drainage have altered to keep pace. New requirements have emerged too, such as the requirement for Nutrient Management Plans, principally relating to foul drainage.
Considering these issues upfront and designing in mitigation from the outset can reduce time and costs associated with altering masterplans to retrofit mitigation. To help you avoid getting caught out on new schemes, we’ve included some of our top tips and things to avoid below.
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