Clean capping requirements for brownfield land remediation
28 January 2021
An important part of completing the remediation of brownfield sites is the topsoil and subsoil used to cap the site. Delivered in association with British Sugar TOPSOIL, this webinar brings together leading experts to discuss the key requirements in:
- the selection and sampling of appropriate soil sources
- the design, placement and verification of the clean capping layer.
Both are key to successfully clearing NHBC and Local Authority conditions, and knowing how to get it right first time can be important when it comes to having funds released by lenders. You will leave the webinar with great knowledge on the sources of topsoil, pitfalls, sampling and testing and Local Authority requirements.
Date: 28 January 2021
Duration: 3 hours
Price: £20 plus VAT non refundable
Speakers: Andy Spetch (British Sugar TOPSOIL)
Matthew Lennard (NHBC)
Tim O’Hare Associates
Fabia Pollard (Scientific Officer – Environmental Quality, Environment and Planning
Dept King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council)
Our external presenters
British Sugar TOPSOIL
Based at four locations in the UK, British Sugar TOPSOIL is a long-established quality supplier of British Standard compliant subsoils, BS8601:2013 and topsoil’s BS3882:2015. For more information go to www.bstopsoil.co.uk
Tim O'Hare Associates LLP
Tim O’Hare Associates is a leading independent soil science and landscape engineering consultancy. They support all elements of land development, management and regeneration, from the initial planning stages, outline and detailed design, through to construction and aftercare, ensuring that soils for landscape, green infrastructure, sports amenity, agriculture and land restoration projects are correctly surveyed, specified, tested, sourced, manufactured and managed.
King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council
The Borough Council of King's Lynn and West Norfolk is one of seven district councils in Norfolk. It serves a population of around 150,000 and covers an area of 550km2. The population of the King’s Lynn Growth Point area is predicted to grow substantially and the urban area will accommodate 7,000 of the 12,000 new houses earmarked for the borough with new development primarily located on previously developed brownfield land.
Please contact our training team should you require any further information.