Conduct a phase 2 geoenvironmental investigation, devise a remediation strategy and complete a phase 4 verification report.
A phase 1 environmental report was not required as it had already been determined that a phase 2 investigation would take place due to the presence of a chalk quarry adjacent to the rear boundary of the site. The proposed re-development of the site was to provide two semi-detached residential dwelling houses with private gardens
To carry out a phase 1 environmental desktop study to assess the risks to sensitive receptors both on and off-site due to soil and groundwater contamination as a result of the proposed development.
The proposal was for demolition of the steel framed building fronting onto the lane, conversion of the eastern most building into a dwelling, conversion of the remaining building adjacent the road into offices, a new office building towards the north west corner of the site. The existing steel portal framed building is to be used for industrial units.
Sustain advocate for better food, farming and agriculture policies and practices that enhance the health and welfare of people and animals, improve the working and living environment, enrich society and culture and promote equity.
One of their projects, which we gave advice on, involved developing community allotments and new growing spaces for London.
We conducted soil testing and site investigations for 13 sites throughout London.