Welcome to SEAL

The South East and London Water Alliance SEAL

SEAL connects a dynamic community of water stakeholders across the Greater London and South East region to deliver transformative real world impacts which highlight water as a fundamental agent of change.

What We Do


The South East and London Water Alliance is an interconnected network of stakeholders interested in shaping, influencing and transforming the water community across this dynamic region.

We transcend disciplines to unite water researchers and stakeholders. Our research and network will deliver whole water cycle resilience focused on the unique challenges London and the South East faces.

Our members include research communities, environmental bodies, water regulators, consultancies, government, non-governmental organisations and more.

Get to know us

SEAL Water Alliance in Numbers


90

number of individual experts involved

52

collaborative institutions

7

advisory group members

2020

founded

Why Connect with SEAL?

Connect with SEAL as an individual expert or wider organisation:

  • Work directly with stakeholders across the alliance including researchers, policy makers and end users;
  • Be part of a wider forum for knowledge exchange, innovative solutions and thought leadership;
  • Access members only events, networking opportunities and experts register.

London and the South East are facing major water challenges including possible water shortage over the next thirty years. SEAL provides an excellent opportunity to collaborate, learn and take action to help build urban water resilience for the region’.”

Martin Shouler, Arup

“I am interested in connecting with the wide water community in the SE and supporting the research into some of the real challenges we are facing from population growth, sustainability of our asset management practices, application of digital tools in decision making and customer centricity.”

Dr Bojana Jankovic-Nisic, Optimatics

“I fully support SEAL in de-fragmenting the water community, promoting transformational research and innovation, together with understanding and managing water related risk”

Hans Jensen, UK Water Partnership

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