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UK Flooding - LI call for better landscape planning and management
Landscape Institute heads open letter to government

A group of 15 professional bodies in the UK, headed by the Landscape Institute, has written an open letter to the prime minister to call for a more sustainable approach for flood prevention.

Serious flooding has affected Southern England over the past weels
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Serious flooding has affected Southern England over the past weels
'Too short term' is the way in which the open letter to David Cameron criticises the approach being taken to flooding prevention. "A comprehensive range of water management techniques could have helped prevent the effect of water through villages, towns and over the surrounding land seen in the last few weeks." From 'The Guardian' 21.ii.2014

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22. Feb 2014
Reported by Richard Stiles, Vienna

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