Brownfield Briefing would like to invite you to participate in and network at our premier conference Site Investigation 2014 on 12 June 2014 in London. This successful annual event will provide a comprehensive overview of the practical solutions for achieving more accurate risk assessment when remediating and developing contaminated land under both Part 2A and Planning. Attending this conference will help you find a solutions-based approach to SI, maximising the value of your CSM and data collection.
- Assessing how contaminated land site investigation could be better managed under the Part 2A and Planning processes to facilitate contaminated land development
- Clarifying the development and practical use of Category 4 Screening Levels (C4SLs) to more confidently prove the level of contamination and prevent unnecessary remediation
- The Client's Perspective outlining how site characterisation is undertaken when assessing the potential of brownfield land for development, and the resulting data requirements
- Maximising the value of conceptual site model (CSM) and risk assessment in designing and implementing an effective remedial solution
- Site-specific risk assessment for more accurate site investigation
- Best practice techniques to maximise the usefulness of Site Investigation data in building a robust and workable CSM.
- Michael Eaglestone, Planning Officer, City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
- Jonathan Evans, Principal Consultant, Atkins
- Amy Parekh-Pross, Technical Manager, Environmental Scientifics Group
- Paul Nathanail, Director, Masters in Contaminated Land Management, University of Nottingham & Managing Director, Land Quality Management Ltd
- David Jackson, Land Quality Officer, Wakefield Council
- Frank Westcott, Director, Westenviro Ltd
- Andrew Wiseman, Partner, Harrison Grant
- Simon Firth, Director, Firth Consultants
- Sarah Bull, Toxicology Consultant, Ricardo-AEA