Baca at 10 Downing Street
As urgent action to address the recent severe flooding across the country is being directed from the highest levels of government a focus has been shone on how to resolve or mitigate any future flooding events. For this purpose, Robert Barker of Baca was called to Ten Downing Street to meet with a dedicated advisory group as part of an expert team, called together in response to recent flooding.
The group met in advance of the Cobra government emergency committee, with Prime Minister David Cameron announcing that the experts had been called to help the government develop a long-term solution to alleviate the risk of flooding. Robert said, “Baca are delighted that the Government are seeking expert advice and looking at longer-term approaches to dealing with future flooding and are happy to contribute to further discussions about these vital issues.”