ADA Conference


Sharing knowledge

The Conference is ADA’s largest annual event with over 200 delegates attending from across the UK’s flood and water level management organisations that are members of ADA. It informs our members of ADA’s activities and offers high-level presentations from leading political and industry speakers. Delegates are able to discuss topical flood and water level management issues during a structured discussion forum.

The event promotes ADA’s vision for flood risk management authorities working in partnership together, delivering effective services through good governance and strategic planning. It is an annual opportunity for members, officers, exhibitors and sponsors to network, share good practice and gain solutions to local issues from a platform which brings flood and water level management to the heart of government.

84th Annual Conference & AGM - 2021


FAQ coming soon

FAQ coming soon

Date

Wednesday 10th November 2021

Venue

To be held remotely online via Microsoft Teams conference platform

About

Each year the ADA Conference brings together ADA’s members and flood and water level management practitioners from across the United Kingdom, to listen to and discuss key policy topics of the moment.

ADA are pleased to confirm that members can attend this year’s ADA Conference free of charge. Being held as a Microsoft Teams Webinar, the Conference will retain a leading line-up of speakers from government and across the flood and water level management sector, alongside an open discussion forum providing the opportunity for Q&A.

ADA Conference Handbook – Coming Soon

Please Note: ADA’s Annual General Meeting 2021 will be hosted separately from the ADA Conference 2021.

For assistance with bookings and any enquiries about ADA events please contact us on: 02476 992889 or email us at heather.bailey@ada.org.uk or admin@ada.org.uk

Rebecca Pow MP

Rebecca Pow MP

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Defra

Dieter Helm

Dieter Helm

Economist

Lord De Ramsey

Lord De Ramsey

President, ADA

Past Conferences


83rd Annual Conference - 2020

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, ADA’s 83rd Annual Conference and AGM both took place as online seminars on Wednesday 11 November 2020. Thank you to each of our speakers, panelists, and participants. Below you can find a link to the AGM Handbook as well as information about each speaker and their presentations.

Conference Programme 2020  AGM Handbook 2020

David Cooper

David Cooper

Deputy Director for Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management Policy, Defra

Chris Stoate

Chris Stoate

Allerton Project Head of Research, Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust

Toby Willison

Toby Willison

Executive Director of Operations, Environment Agency


82nd Annual Conference - 2019


ADA’s 82nd Annual Conference & AGM took place on Wednesday 13 November 2019 to a packed audience of over 200 delegates and guests including students from Brunel University. Thank you to each of our speakers and sponsors Towergate and VanHeck for their kind support. Below you can find a link to the conference handbook as well as information about each speaker.

Conference Handbook 2019

Stuart Roberts

Stuart Roberts

Vice President, National Farmers' Union

Bryan Curtis

Bryan Curtis

Chair, Coastal Group Network

Robin Price

Robin Price

Interim Managing Director, Water Resources East (WRE)


81st Annual Conference - 2018

ADA’s 81st Annual Conference & AGM took place on Wednesday 14 November 2018 to a packed audience of over 200 delegates and guests. Thank you to each of our speakers and sponsors The Risk Factor and Tony Gee for their kind support. Below you can find information about each of our speakers, download their presentation slides, and find links to videos they showed.

Sue Hayman

Sue Hayman

Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Robert Hössen

Robert Hössen

Expert in crisis management, Veiligheidsregio Noord-Holland Noord (VRNHN)

John Curtin

John Curtin

Executive Director of Flood & Coastal Risk Management, Environment Agency

David Cooper

David Cooper

Deputy Director for Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management, Defra