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About the Masterplan

About the Masterplan

The Blue-Green Master Plan involves establishing sustainable drainage solutions (SuDS) across Hull and the East Riding.

SuDS help to manage rainfall in order to reduce the risk of flooding, pollution and to enhance biodiversity. Designed to behave like natural drainage, they manage water runoff and help slow the flow from hard surfaces.

In Hull and the East Riding, several SuDS projects are being planned to help manage the area’s flood risk.

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WHAT'S PLANNED?

WHAT'S PLANNED?

As part of the Blue-Green Masterplan, we've awarded Stantec a contract to progress a sustainable approach to water management in Hull and East Riding.

Stantec’s global experts will help us develop exciting new ways of managing water and support regeneration of the region.

A key element of the project is to work with residents to understand the views and aspirations of people living in Hull and the East Riding. Economic growth and social prosperity will also be an important objective of the plan.

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“The Blue-Green Plan developed by Stantec will result in an innovative way of looking at sustainable drainage and provide key solutions for Hull and the East Riding in the future. The focus on climate change mitigation and social value is an important element of this project and we’re looking forward to delivering benefits, through Living with Water, for communities that have been impacted by flooding in the recent past.”

Nevil Muncaster, Living With Water Board Member and Chief Strategy and Regulation Officer at Yorkshire Water
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“We look forward to working with the Living with Water Partnership to develop an innovative Blue-Green Plan that will lead the way for sustainable drainage of the future. This appointment will enable Stantec to bring our global expertise and experience in delivering climate change mitigation and social value for the benefit of the communities we serve."

Scott Jackson, regional leader for water, Stantec UK & Ireland
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Yorkshire Water

Nevil Muncaster

Chief Strategy and Regulation Officer

Lee Pitcher

General Manager - Living With Water

Lynnsey Pilmer

Communications and Engagement Manager

Catherine Johnson

Portfolio Manager

Emma Brown

Portfolio Manager

Martin Armour

Portfolio Manager

Eve Pierrepoint

Portfolio Manager

Gary Collins

Flood Risk and Engagement Manager

Steve Jackson

Commercial Manager

Environment Agency

Oliver Harmar

Yorkshire Area Director

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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