Small sites can have difficulties with access, and space for storage of materials, vehicles and plant, and are particularly vulnerable to programme delays and unforeseen technical and engineering issues, which can threaten the viability of the project.
This new industry guidance provides advice to help readers overcome the barriers and issues that can obstruct the development and management of small brownfield sites. It gives general guidance on the technical, financial and planning issues, with an emphasis on managing land contamination.
Those attending this event will:
- Hear a detailed overview of CIRIA C773 A guide for developments on ‘small’ contaminated sites
- Meet and ask questions of the authors behind the guidance
- Learn from case studies
- Network with fellow industry professionals and peers.
09:30 Registration and refreshments
10:00 Chairs welcome and introduction
, Independent Consultant
10:05 CIRIA introduction
Joanne Kwan, CIRIA
10:15 An overview of CIRIA C773 'A guide for developments on ‘small’ contaminated sites
Hannah Fraser, H Fraser Consulting Ltd
10:40 Is brownfield development the solution to the housing crisis?
Harry Burchill, RTPI
11:00 Local Authorities and Small Brownfield sites
David Rudland, Swindon Borough Council
11:20 Q& A and panel discussion
04 October 2018
09:30 - 12:00
Free for CIRIA members
£50+VAT for all other attendees
15 Long Lane
London, EC1A 9PN
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