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Thames Valley Branch AGM and Trunk Main Risk Management in Thames Water talk

Event organised by ICE

Date
17 October 2023
Time
18:00 - 21:30 BST (GMT+1)
Location
Thames Lido
Napier Road
Reading, RG1 8FR
United Kingdom

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Overview

This year’s AGM will be held at the iconic, refurbished Thames Lido facility at Kings Meadow, Reading.

The AGM will be held first and will last about half an hour. The outgoing Chair of the branch committee, Dave Bailey, will give his report including a slideshow and handover to the incoming Chair, Denis O’Brien. Denis will outline his intended branch targets and name his committee members. A financial report will be presented by the honorary treasurer for SEE region, Charlie Spedding. Members will be free to ask questions about the branch activities and business during the AGM.

The speaker for the networking event following the AGM is Simon Moore, head of London planning for Thames Water. Simon is a water industry leader with 17 years’ experience in the water industry. As AMP 8 approaches in 2025, Simon will give an overview of Thames Water’s current asset management plans and the plans for the future of London’s water and wastewater supply systems.

Following this talk there will be a meal available for members present in the Lido Restaurant, where a tapas style menu is being offered. Drinks will be at the individuals expense.

Programme

18:00 - 18:30

AGM in the 1st floor meeting room

18:30 - 19:30

Talk by Simon Moore

19:30 - 21:30

Tapas meal in the Lido Restaurant

Speaker

Simon Moore

Simon Moore

Thames Water

Head of Planning

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Simon Moore

Simon is a water industry leader with 17 years’ experience in the UK water sector. Simon studied at the University of Birmingham and has experience of operational roles in water resources, water quality, network optimisation and leakage management. He worked on several large capital projects in London before joining Thames Water’s Asset Management division in 2010, during which time he has been responsible for developing the asset plans for water networks and, currently, for the future of London’s water and wastewater supply systems.