Land Condition Community

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The Land Condition Community is a member-led special interest group of land condition professionals spanning sectors and job types, dedicated to promoting best practice in the specialism. The Community steers the IES activities related to land condition and supports the development of tailored membership services, exploring synergistic collaborations with key stakeholders in the sector where relevant. The Community also has a dedicated network for Early Career Professionals, providing valuable opportunities for professional development and peer-to-peer learning.

The Community is led by a six-person Steering Group. 

Land Condition Signposting Resource

The Land Condition Signposting Resource (LCSR) has been developed by the IES Land Condition Community to provide an initial point of assistance for Land Condition practitioners, of all levels of experience, to locate key information sources across a broad range of topic areas relevant to the Land Condition sector. ​

To complement existing resources in the sector, the LCSR focussed on providing information on key organisations and networks relevant to land condition. It should be used in tandem with other resources to identify specific guidance and/or legislation.​

​This resource recognises the wide-ranging nature of the specialism and aims to signpost to relevant interdisciplinary organisations/networks. In the future we hope to build on the LCSR to provide complementary resources for the air and water specialisms, with an emphasis on cross-cutting organisations. ​

The LCSR is not exhaustive and will be periodically reviewed and added to. We actively welcome feedback on this resource, particularly where there any gaps. Please get in touch with any feedback.​

​Access the resource​ (.xlsx)

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, 20 March 2024 - 9:30am to 1:30pm
Current Developments in the Land Condition Sector and Looking into the Future.

Recent webinars

In September 2022, SoBRA published a series of three practitioners’ guides which aimed to support informed decision making with respect to vapour intrusion (VI) risk assessment within the UK. The...
With emerging science, technology and regulation, jobs in the environment sector are never static. This webinar series, "A day in the life" shares stories from environmental professionals about...

Most recent journal on Land Condition

This journal looks at how global megatrends trends affect the land condition community, and how land condition professionals can contribute to a resilient and sustainable sector

Land Condition profile

Mick works as an Environmental Health Practitioner on the rural Isle of Anglesey just off the coast of Northern Wales. His responsibilities are predominantly focused around air quality, contaminated land, drainage, and Statutory Noise investigations. He moved to the remote island in 2009...