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The site had a mixed history, at one stage being an engineering works. At the time of our investigation no proposals for redevelopment or conversion of the site were known. We undertook a Phase 1 environmental report for a site in West Sussex to assess the risks to sensitive receptors both on and off-site due to soil and groundwater contamination as a result of redevelopment.
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.