Sir Philip Dilley - a view from the Environment AgencyEvent
- 18:00 - 19:00, 3 November 2015
- Building 67, Room 1027, Highfield Campus
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Environmental infrastructure plays a critical role in our lives. We all rely on a network of services that ensure our homes remain habitable and the environment we live in is protected.
The Environment Agency regulates those that provide water and waste services, it builds defences that protect us from flooding and advises government on the provision of national infrastructure. Sir Philip Dilley will explore the current and future role of the Environment Agency as regulator, provider and advisor on environmental infrastructure and the associated challenges of changing climate.
About the speaker
Sir Philip became Chairman of the Environment Agency in September 2014. Sir Philip was, until April 2014, the Executive Chairman of Arup Group, a trust-owned global planning, engineering, and project management consulting firm. His role carried overall responsibility for the group performance and brand.
He remains a trustee of the firm. He sits on the London Infrastructure Delivery Board reporting to the Mayor, Boris Johnson, and is a Member of the Governing Council of Imperial College. In November 2014 he joined the Board of the Grosvenor Group as a non-executive director.