Building Back Better at Chelsea Flower Show

Stephen Linklater

Flood Re’s Build Back Better scheme is being used to not only fund internal flood resilience changes but also adaptations to outside space and gardens in the quest to stop and reduce flood waters entering properties, explains Stephen Linklater, claims director of Ageas.

Flood Re’s inaugural Flood Resilient Garden at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show is helping to highlight the valuable role that adaptation to outside space can make when

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