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26th January 2021

Lww Podcast

Living With Water features on CIWEM podcast

To start the year, we were delighted to take The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) President Niki Roach on a virtual tour around Hull and the East Riding to meet just a few of the wonderful colleagues involved in the ground-breaking Living with Water project.

The tour has been broadcast as part of CIWEM’s Let's Talk WEM - an environmental podcast for people who want to build a more resilient world.

Involved in this podcast was: our General Manager Lee Pitcher; Kate MacDonald, Managing Director, TimeBank Hull and East Riding; Ben Wallis, Vice Principal, Wilberforce College; and Martin Budd, Climate Change Manager at Hull City Council. All discussed the partnership approach and how, through connected objectives, we can increase the awareness of flood risk.

You can listen to Let's Talk WEM podcast here:


Yorkshire Water

Lee Pitcher

General Manager - Living With Water

Lynnsey Pilmer

Communications and Engagement Manager

Catherine Johnson

Portfolio Manager

Emma Brown

Programme Manager

Eve Pierrepoint

Portfolio Manager

Gary Collins

Flood Risk and Engagement Manager

Environment Agency

Neil Longden

Area Flood and Coastal Risk Manager

Andrew Barron

Flood and Coastal Risk Management, Senior Advisor, Partnership & Strategic Overview Team, Yorkshire (East)

Kim Tan

Advisor, Flood Resilience Team

Paul Stockhill

East Yorkshire Partnerships Manager

Hull City Council

Mark Jones MBE

Head of Economic Development

Rachel Glossop

Flood Risk Planning Manager

Alex Codd

Director of Economic Regeneration

East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Alan Menzies

Director of Planning and Economic Regeneration

Astrid Paget

Principal Engineer - Flood Risk Strategy

Ben Kirby

Assistant Principal Engineer

University of Hull

Dan Parsons

Director, Energy and Environment Institute

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