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DATE: 28 March - 01 January, Holiday Inn, Crick

Soil Stabilisation for brownfield land redevelopment: a technical introduction

Event Detail

An industry seminar providing an overview and technical introduction on how soil stabilisation can bring brownfield land back into productive use. The seminar is CPD approved.


9.30 Registration, Tea & Coffee

10.00 Welcome and Introduction
Al McDermid, Chairman, Britpave Soil Stabilisation Task Group

10.10 Soil stabilisation: What, why and where?
Al McDermid, Chairman, Britpave Soil Stabilisation Task Group

10.30 Forwarding a 'brownfield first' approach to development
Rebecca Pullinger, Planning Campaigner, Campaign to Protect Rural England

10.50 Building on brownfield: Effective regulation of brownfield development
Matthew Farrow, Executive Director/Michael Lunn, Director of Public Affairs,
Environmental Industries Commission

11.10 Question and Answers

11.40 Soil stabilisation standards and guidance
Steve Dunn, Director, Geofirma

12.00 The proof: Soil stabilisation case studies
Stefan Stansfield, Managing Director, Combined Soil Stabilisation

12.20 An engineered solution for St Mary's Bay housing development
Colin Critchlow, Director, Deep Soil Mixing Ltd

12.40 Questions, Answers and Close

12.50 Lunch

Cost: £ 50 + vat


M1 Junction 18
Crick NN6 7XR