Trees and Water Sensitive Urban Design

Inspired by our popular SuDS publication, trees and water sensitive urban design, this CPD Seminar covers the key principles of trees and SuDS. As large free-standing storm water reservoirs, trees have few equals. Their natural capacity for canopy interception and water attenuation mean that they are increasingly being viewed as fundamentally important SUDS component in and WSUD schemes.
  • The principals of trees and water sensitive design.
  • Typical SuDS tree pit installation scenarios including real world case studies.
  • Alternative methods for bringing water into tree pits.
  • Bio-retention tree pits, swales and raingardens.
  • Stormwater canopy interception and tackling increasing stormwater drainage demands.

    Please tick here if you would like us to send you or your team refresher packs.

    Related CPD overviews:
    Tree Planting In the Urban Realm
    Street Tree Cost Benefit Analysis
    Climate Change and Urban Trees
    Climbing Green Wall Systems
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    GreenBlue Urban Ltd
    Northpoint, Compass Park,

    Bodiam, East Sussex, TN32 5BS

    London Showroom
    117-121 St John Street,

    Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 4JA

    E:¬†[email protected]
    T: 01580 830 800


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