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Tightening the Green Belt

The Communities Secretary Eric Pickles and Housing and Planning Minister Brandon Lewis have insisted that thousands of brownfield sites are available for development, and should be prioritised. This follows the UK Government’s announcement on 2 October that, if the Conservatives are elected next year, 100,000 new homes built on brownfield ...

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Striking a Balance – Land Use vs Environment

Wine growers in Italy are facing tougher planning rules and regulations when it comes to clearing land to make way for profitable wine crops. It has long been recognised that soil erosion, overland flow and sedimentation can all be enhanced through altering the vegetative cover and land use of a catchment. Often ...

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Site Investigation and Characterisation – The Key

A southern suburb of Adelaide in South Australia is undergoing a detailed site investigation through intrusive works where solvent vapours are a risk in air, soil, and groundwater. Contamination with trichloroethylene (TCE) in the area resulting from the area’s long association with the automotive industry has been known however houses were ...

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UK Fracking – BBC July 2014

Read here the BBC’s July 2014 article on the Government’s decision relating to the new bidding round for licences to frack in the UK. In summary, fracking licences can only be issued for beauty spots in “exceptional circumstances”, according to the new rules issued by government. The article states, ‘Planning permission may be ...

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