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Contaminated land

Contaminated land is a well understood environmental responsibility, yet it still represents a material risk and liability for organisations to responsibly manage their environmental obligations, as well as public and private bodies involved in the regeneration of brownfield sites.

Bullet Brownfield Briefing Award winners for four years in a row
Bullet We deliver solutions on major regeneration and remediation schemes
Bullet One of the largest and most technologically innovative teams in the industry

Our contaminated land team helps their clients to assess, quantify and manage ground risk and deliver the best outcome for investors, owners, tenants, communities and the environment.

Managing legacy

We understand our clients’ needs and believe it is our job to provide innovative, site-specific solutions for projects of all types and sizes, from small legacy sites to oil and gas retail portfolios to major chemical facilities.

  • We have scale and expertise, providing a local point of contact with access to a global team of over 1,000 contaminated land specialists
  • We’re an innovative and award winning team involved in industry leading research and development projects focussed on the issues that are important to our clients
  • We’re passionate about sustainability, ensuring that it is at the heart of our advice, from our first engagement in a project to the design of strategies and selected technologies

Brownfield regeneration

Our highly experienced team offer the full breadth of contaminated land services to develop sustainable cost-effective strategies for the redevelopment of contaminated sites. We combine risk assessment and detailed site investigation to minimise remediation in line with the National Planning Policy Framework and we lead on today’s big issues, including:

  • Asbestos in soils
  • Soil waste characterisation and material management and reuse using the CL:AIRE Code of Practice for Definition of Waste
  • The integration of groundwater and contaminated land management with a sustainable urban drainage design and the impacts of climate change


Richard Clayton
Richard Clayton Director