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​Brownfield Land Scotland 2024                                        

6 February 2024, Glasgow


This conference will bring together the Scottish brownfield and regeneration community to explore practical solutions for the improved investigation and development of brownfield and contaminated land in Scotland.

In addition to expert presentations, this event will give you the opportunity to regroup with your peers in-person and make new connections through multiple networking sessions, dedicated Q&A discussions and a networking drinks reception.

We will also be hosting our roundtable discussion sessions, so you can problem-solve with those experiencing the same challenges as you in a small, closed-group setting.

The event programme is currently being written and will be available later this year.

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​Developing Historic Landfills                                    

27 February at 10:00 GMT, Online event


It is reported that there are around 20,000 “historic landfills” in the UK. Many of these were frequently unlined with no leachate management and inadequate records of the waste they contain, and so pose a contamination threat as they erode over time; this risk is further increased by the effects of climate change. However, with the pressure to meet housing targets, it is now increasingly necessary to develop land on, or near, historic landfill sites.

This Brownfield & Regeneration Network event will explore:

  • The current regulatory challenges regarding developing landfills and possible ways forward
  • Current risks from coastal landfills due to climate change and rising sea-levels causing coastal erosion
  • Managing gas from former landfills
  • Case studies of landfills being developed and brought back into beneficial use

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