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Brownfield & Regeneration Network event programme

Environment Analyst's Brownfield & Regeneration Network hosts a number of events, designed to bring the brownfield community together.

Our webinars, panel discussions and roundtable are exclusively available to Brownfield & Regeneration Network members, or those who have purchased a ticket to our Brownfield Regeneration Summit, and can be booked below.



BRN - sustainable place-making


​​Sustainable Place-Making: Exploring Alternative Uses for Derelict, Vacant & Marginal Brownfield Sites
21 September, 14:00 BST - Panel Discussion

This discussion brings together panellists involved with projects to make better use of marginal and vacant brownfield sites, either on an interim basis, or for soft-end uses as part of wider regeneration projects, to discuss how these projects achieve social, natural capital and sustainability goals.


  • Gail Atkinson, Project Leader: Climate Change Adaptation, Forest Research 
  • Jon Davies, Technical Director, RSK Biocensus & Head of RSK Wilding
  • Josh Rawson, Business Development Manager, Square Mile Farms

                                    Register here



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What is Sustainable Remediation & How Can it be Achieved?

​6 October, 14:00 BST - Senior Leader Roundtable Discussion

Participation in this discussion is by invitation-only. If you would like to participate please contact

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Brownfield Awards 2021
​​14 October - Awards Ceremony

This year's virtual event will be the 17th year for these highly regarded Awards, which celebrate excellence across a range of categories in the brownfield and contaminated land sector. They recognise the outstanding achievements made by individuals and organisations, through the use of innovative techniques, awareness of sustainability, engagement of stakeholders and demonstration of best practice

                                    Reserve your virtual table here

BRN - Effective Risk Communication


​​​Effective Risk Communication in the Planning Process for Contaminated Land & Controversial Infrastructure Development Projects
​​19 October - Panel Discussion

Effectively engaging and communicating with stakeholders and communities is an important aspect of large-scale, complex or disruptive remediation, regeneration and infrastructure development projects. Understanding how those affected perceive the project and helping them to understand the objectives can significantly reduce the risk of delays and increased costs. 

This discussion will explore how to develop effective risk communication strategies for different stages of a project and different types of projects, as well as techniques for better engaging with different stakeholders and community groups.

                                    Register here


BRN - BNG for brownfield sites


Biodiversity Net Gain and Environmental Net Gain for Brownfield Sites
21 October, 14:00 BST - Webinar

This workshop will explain the concepts of BNG and ENG in the context of brownfield remediation.  We will cover: Introduction to BNG and ENG, How the need to deliver BNG may affect redevelopment of brownfield land, How BNG may be an opportunity for green end use of PDL, Calculating net gains: the new Defra metric 3.0 and small sites metric and ENG, Natural Capital and other emerging areas of environment policy.


  • Stephanie Wray, Managing Director, Nature Positive, an RSK Company
  • Matt Wainhouse, Principal Ecologist, RSK Wilding

                                    Register here



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Brownfield Regeneration Summit
​9-10 & 23-24 November - Online Summit 

The Summit brings together our popular annual Remediation and Brownfield Waste Management conferences with a specific focus on achieving sustainability and net zero goals through brownfield regeneration and redevelopment.

The event will offer a unique mix of regulatory & guidance updates, technical presentations, strategically-focused panel discussions and business-leader roundtables, so there’s something for your whole team.

                                    Book your ticket here



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What does the Next Generation Brownfield Professional Look Like?

​8 December, 14:00 BST - Senior Leader Roundtable Discussion

Participation in this discussion is by invitation-only. If you would like to participate please contact