Craig Lashford

Graduate Teaching Assistant
School of Energy, Construction and Environment
Coventry University
Priory Street


I am currently in the process of completing my PhD at Coventry University looking at modelling the impact of sustainable drainage systems in an urban setting. My principal research interests are related to flooding, and reducing flood risk in urban environments. In addition to my academic qualifications I also have significant experience of teaching, APT responsibility and successfully contributing at other levels within the School of Energy, Construction and Environment. I am passionate to take the teaching experience I have gained this last year and develop it, whilst significantly contributing to the success of student academia within Coventry University


  • M.Sc. by Research, Sustainable Drainage Management Train: A Sustainable Flood Management Strategy?, Coventry University
  • B.Sc (Hons), Geography and Natural Hazards, Coventry University
Selected Outputs:

  • Charlesworth, S., Perales-Momparler, S., Lashford, C., and Warwick, F. (2013) 'The sustainable management of surface water at the building scale: preliminary results of case studies in the UK and Spain'. Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology - Aqua
  • Lashford, C., Charlesworth, S., Blackett, M., and Warwick, F. (2012) 'Sustainable Drainage Management Train: A sustainable flood management strategy?'. In Whyatt, D., and Rowlingson, B. (eds.) Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 20th Annual Conference, Volume 2 – Posters, 'GISRUK 2012'. Held 11-13th April 2012 in Lancaster, UK Lancaster: Lancaster University
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