ADA’s Chief Executive, Innes Thomson, will appear before the House of Commons Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee on Wednesday 27 April 2016 as part of the Committee’s Future Flood Prevention inquiry. The session is set to get underway at 14.15 and should be available to watch via the Committee’s website.
Other witnesses to the inquiry on 27 April include representatives from the National Farmers’ Union, Country Land and Business Association, Local Government Association, and Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust.
ADA’s Chief Executive, Innes Thomson said: “From working with Government and its agencies, to playing an important role in flood risk management, our influential work is wide-ranging and ever-changing. Now is an exciting time for us, as we look to broaden our role across the country by promoting the importance of water level management to our environment, the UK economy, and supporting the interest of drainage authorities at national and parliamentary levels.”
You can read ADA’s written evidence at: ADA responds to House of Commons EFRA Committee Future Flood Prevention inquiry