Below are downloadable pdfs links for the majority of the Resilient York 2016 conference presentations.
The contents of the presentations remain the intellectual property of their respective authors. You are therefore asked to abide with copyright legislation if using images from these and to credit the authors if you make reference to any of the presentations in public domains.
Dr. DAVID FRASER (Director, York Civic Trust): Opening address, An historical perspective on flooding in York
Captain STEPHEN UPRIGHT, RN (Clerk to The Company of Merchant Adventurers of the City of York): ‘The Merchant Adventurers Hall’s Unwelcome Christmas Present’
IAN PANTER (Head of Conservation, York Archaeological Trust): ‘You’re in a basement, below the water table and you’re flooded – what do you do next?’
RICHARD STORAH (Director & Architect, Storah Architecture): ‘St Michael’s Church, Mytholmroyd’
NEIL REDFERN (Principal Inspector of Ancient Monuments & Development Management Team Manager (Yorkshire), Historic England): ‘National Perspectives / New Thinking; New Thinking / National Perspectives’:
STEVE WRAGG (Flood Risk & Asset Manager, City of York Council): ‘York – Living and adapting to flood risk’
ALESSANDRA SPREGA (WRoCAH PhD student, University of York): ‘Local Flood Culture in the Historic Core of York: A Method Towards Resilient Buildings’
Prof. DINA D’AYALA (Professor of Structural Engineering, Department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering, University College London): ‘Identification and Quantification of Environmental Impact on Heritage Buildings: The Parnassus Experience’
Dr. NEIL MACDONALD (Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography, Institute of Risk Management, University of Liverpool): ‘Reassessing flood risk at York using historical information for the River Ouse’
TIM GODSON (Team Leader for Resilience & Emergencies Division (Northern), Department of Communities and Local Government Resilience Team): ‘Making our places and communities more flood resilient’
Dr. LORRAINE YOUDS (Research and Innovation Manager: Urban Living, University of York): ‘The York City Environment Observatory: Drawing the links between the quality of the environment and the impacts on health, wellbeing and the economy’
HEATHER SHEPHERD (Community Support & Flood Recovery Specialist Member, The National Flood Forum): ‘Recovery issues and the affected community’s perspective’