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Climate change impacts on Brownfield
The effects of climate change have wide ranging implications for developers, consultants, and contractors alike. This panel discussion with Brownfield & Regeneration Network premium partner Soilfix, saw panellists from different sectors of the industry discuss issues ranging from risk assessment and managing water, to lower carbon techniques and future proofing.View the report
Solid progress on soil improvement
Stabilisation and Solidification (s/s) is now widely applied across the UK and is no longer considered to be an emerging remediation or soil improvement technique. In this event, Jamie Mitchell, pre-construction manager at Soilfix (a Brownfield & Regeneration Network Premium Partner), provided an A-Z of current practice.View the report
Gas protection: raising the standards
The Brownfield and Regeneration Network online event on ground gas, held with Premium Partner NHBC, examined the shortcomings of current practice in ground gas monitoring, risk assessment, verification, and protection, looked at remedies and delved into new guidance documents. Ian Grant reports.View the report
Brownfield Scotland: Collaborative working and data advances overcoming challenges
Two themes stood out at the Brownfield and Regeneration Network Conference, Brownfield Land Scotland: collaborative working to compensate for less funding for investigation and remediation, and the improvement in data quality and management.
Brownfield Land Scotland Conference - Roundtable Discussion Outcomes
Roundtables discussions at the Brownfield and Regeneration Network Conference, Brownfield Land Scotland, covered collaborative working, managing data, sustainability goals, site characterisation, risk communication, improving biodiversity and using derelict land.
BNG in force, but concerns over resources and targets
The Biodiversity Net Gain regime came into force on 12 February but property bodies and conservation groups express concerns over lack of resources and preparedness
Government changes brownfield policy to boost housebuilding
The government expects local planning authorities to give significant weight to delivering as many homes as possible, for proposals on brownfield and for the 20 towns and cities subject to urban uplift, where their Housing Delivery Test score falls to 95% or below, the presumption in favour of sustainable development applies
Part 2A investigation of Vapour Intrusion from Chlorinated SolventsOnline
From Take-off to Landing: Pioneering PFAS Remediation Enables Residential Redevelopment at a Private AirportOnline
Sustainability Delivery Awards CeremonyBoston, MA