This one day training course looks at the basics of SuDS and how they are designed together with examples of how biodiversity can be incorporated into SuDS schemes. With a focus on the ideas rather than the detail and using case studies of designs that can be improved to benefit wildlife.
This course is aimed at:
- SuDS Advisory Bodies
- Local authority planners
- Other specialists working in development control or the design of new infrastructure
By the end of this course you will understand:
- What is SuDS
- Types of SuDS
- Examples of SuDS in action
- Benefits to biodiversity
Kieran Sheehan BSc MSc PGCE CEnv MCIEEM MIfL
Kieran is a Technical Director and Head of the Catchment and River Restoration team. He is a plant phytosociologist with an expertise in upland and wetland ecosystems. Kieran has taught ecology at Bishop Burton College (University of Hull) and has under taken ecological works, including planting schemes, for local authorities and drainage boards. He also co-delivers the River Restoration and Sustainable Floodplain Management PgCert course for Lancaster University.