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Contaminated land consultants

Contaminated land consultants

 

Contaminated land consultants

 

agb Environmental offer a wide range of environmental management advice and services, employing specialist contaminated land consultants to assist with a multitude of client needs.

Our contaminated land consultants can conduct successful desk studies, site investigations, remediation and validation. We also have contaminated land consultants to carry out the contaminated land reports that are needed to meet the needs of local authorities at the planning stage.

agb Environmental’s contaminated land consultants have considerable experience working with regulatory bodies, including the Environment Agency, Local Authorities and NHBC, which means our clients can be reassured that our contaminated land consultants can handle a range of critical project stakeholders.

Assessed on an individual basis, our contaminated land consultants are able to offer Phase 1 Desk Study, and Phase 2 Site investigations, including groundwater and ground gas monitoring.

Also providing remediation services our contaminated land consultants can deal with Remediation Options Appraisals, Method Statements and Remediation Strategies, we are able to confidently deal with any noted contamination found during initial assessments.

Our knowledgeable team of contaminated land report consultants is always on hand to give advice, using their comprehensive industry contacts to offer cost effective solutions to help your project overcome contaminated land problems. Our contaminated land consultants and engineers offer a personal level of service to assure you that they will integrate with your project team to deliver progress with minimal delay and complications.

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Ground Investigation Techniques

Ground Investigation Techniques – Trial Pits

Ground investigation techniques vary depending on the objectives of the investigation, the strata, and logistical factors such as access. To assist with understanding what factors contribute to the decision on which technique to use, we have prepared a briefing note on the use of trial pits.

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Dynamic Sampling

Ground Investigation Techniques – Dynamic Sampling

Ground investigation techniques vary depending on the objectives of the investigation, the strata, and logistical factors such as access. To assist with understanding what factors contribute to the decision on which technique to use, we have prepared a briefing note on the use of dynamic sampling techniques.

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contaminated land

Contaminated Land: The Phase 1 Desk Study

The contaminated land assessment process enables the developer to demonstrate that the site is safe and suitable for the proposed use. This is achieved through the planning system, at application stage, and through relevant planning conditions.

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It’s that time of year again… for GCN Surveys

As it’s already March, it is important for anyone who is purchasing land, or applying for planning permission, to find out if they need a Great Crested Newt (GCN) survey as soon as possible to avoid lengthy delays as a result of a strict narrow survey season.

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Contamination Assessment Crucial for Prior Approval On Office Re-Developments

Developers must review the potential for contamination when obtaining prior approval from their Local Planning Authority (LPA) before changing property use from offices to residential, reminds agb Environmental.

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Benefits Of Retaining Trees On Development Sites

There are numerous benefits for retaining trees that developers should be aware of. Although often seemingly in the way of construction, trees can add value to your site and may also be protected by LPAs, therefore subjecting your development to planning constraints.

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