The Partnership, involving IJM Land Berhad, is currently considering sites in Central London and the southeast which can be developed into mixed-use schemes, residential, commercial or logistics properties
HSE says application of the arrowhead approach to grouping PFAS and drawing conclusions on hazards that encompass both precursor substances and their final degradation products is currently a common way of assessing PFAS
Countryside buy two plots in Oldham, as Wain Estates progresses with Carrington Gateway, Aspley House Capital and Galliard Homes to develop a Birmingham Build-to-Rent scheme and Tameside and Keighley councils award funding
Karen Thornton, Land Quality Services Manager at NHBC discusses the importance of site assessment at the pre-development stage and practical remediation of issues across all types of sites including brownfield, geotechnically challenging, and marginal sites.
This Brownfield & Regeneration Network panel discussion, supported by SiLC, brought together speakers involved in on-going industry research and published guidance to consider the impact of climate change on contaminated land risk assessment, remediation and development, looking at how much progress has been made and highlighting challenges moving forward.
The change guards against enhancement of off-site habitat that is already moderate to high quality isn’t disincentivised and the further away the offsite gain is to the development, the more biodiversity units are required
Chelmsford CIty Council wants a waterside developer as Silbury Finance invests again, large St. Helen's brownfield on the market as Apache Capital backs Moda Living again, while Sunderland Council appoints Placefirst
It has emerged that residents in a new estate near Crewe are living in properties without proper planning permission and the council is taking its own assessment of any potential contamination and threat to health before new permission is granted
Greater Manchester has secured £150m of brownfield funding in the Deeper Devolution Deal announced by the government, and the West Midlands Combined Authority says the housing deal is worth up to £500m, offering greater flexibility to drive brownfield regeneration and affordable housing.
Plenty of opportunities in Derby and surrounds, as Homes England partners with Stoke for 3000 homes, while a space cluster launched in Leicester, and development announcements from Atenor, St. Modwen and Telford Homes