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Brownfield Registers Show Land for a Million Homes

Brownfield Registers Show Land for a Million Homes

At least one million homes could be built on brownfield land, with more than two-thirds of them deliverable within five years. An investigation into brownfield land registers by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) reveals three of the next five years’ worth of government housing targets could be met ...

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Environment Agency Groundwater Vulnerability Maps – 2017

Updated Groundwater Vulnerability Maps In September 2017 the Environment Agency updated its groundwater vulnerability maps to reflect improvements in data mapping, modelling capability and understanding of the factors affecting vulnerability. New Maps The new maps indicate vulnerability of groundwater to a pollutant discharged at ground level based on the hydrological, geological, hydrogeological ...

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Blackpool Flood Defence Scheme Opens

Blackpool Sea Defences Officially Opened October 2017 A scheme to reduce the flood risk to 4800 properties and safeguard Blackpool's seafront tramway has been officially opened. Costing £27.1m the sea defence scheme also offers protection to vital infrastructure and a major pumping station. You can read the full article at insidemedia.com by ...

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Contaminated Land Guidance – All Under One Roof

CIRIA, the Construction Industry Research and Information Association, has produced a database for finding relevant Contaminated Land Guidance in the UK. It is a useful resource and provides a summary of the guidance and, where possible, a link to the document. The database allows you to search through pre-selected references ...

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Brownfield Development Opportunities

The biggest opportunity arising from the government’s housing white paper is the proposal to release more publicly owned land for development, according to a survey of 51 UK property developers. Short-term property lender Amicus Property Finance commissioned the research and the article in The Planner can be read by clicking here. ...

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