The debrief: How a sustainable urban drainage scheme is delivering wider benefits

The need to retrofit urban areas to cope with a changing climate, and mitigate its existing impacts, is one of the great engineering challenges of our times. A project in Cardiff seeks to deliver these objectives through green infrastructure.

by Michael Donnelly
Although the main driver for the project was water, it had to deliver “multi-benefits”, including “safer walking and safer cycling.
Although the main driver for the project was water, it had to deliver “multi-benefits”, including “safer walking and safer cycling.

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