For years, engineer and planning teams have used hydraulic and hydrologic models to adjust and plan for long term changes to the system. Many times, when the core project of the model is completed the model is left without updates for long periods of time. Now utilities and engineering firms are using interconnected modeling databases to support ongoing planning, operations, and real-time system management. The status quo is changing, read this article to learn more:
If you’re submitting planning applications with a sustainable drainage element to any of the 33 London Boroughs, you now need to submit a proforma to aid the planning process. Find out about it in this blog.