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Living with Water partnership win international Excellence in Collaboration award

The Living with Water partnership has won an Excellence in Collaboration Award at the British Quality Foundation Awards 2019, beating the likes of Dubai Police, Sun Chemical and Ricoh UK.

The award comes just after the Environment Minister Thérèse Coffey visited Hull to officially open the biggest flood defence scheme in the country.

The BQF award was introduced as a new category in 2019, and acknowledges the role that working in collaboration plays in organisations’ successes. The Living with Water team involves Hull City Council, Yorkshire Water, East Riding of Yorkshire and the Environment Agency, and takes a fresh approach to addressing flood risk in Hull and the surrounding area.

The Living with Water partnership has secured £3bn of public and private sector investment in the region since its conception, ensuring that reducing flood risk to residents and businesses is at the top of the city’s agenda.

Lee Pitcher General Manager for Living with Water says: “I already feel so privileged to be involved in the pioneering Living with Water partnership but to gain external recognition of just how ‘excellent’ and special this collaboration is - it’s quite simply awesome.”

The ceremony was held at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London.

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