The new terminology includes Coal Mining Development High Risk Areas — The Coal Authority in July 2011 formalised their requirements in relation to planning applications (except householder developments) in England, Scotland and Wales and introduced new terminology relating to Coal Mining Development Areas.
If you want to learn more about the development of brownfield land, we have a fantastic opportunity to meet the experts. On Friday 8th November 2019 join Earth Environmental & Geotechnical team and industry experts, to access their expertise on developing Brownfield sites.The seminar targets specific challenges of developing previously developed land, Brownfield Land.
Most of the land that was once used for industry in this country laid redundant for many years. But where demand for residential and commercial property is high, and available green spaces are low, brownfield sites have become an increasingly popular development opportunity. Brownfield land is seen as a great development option and everyone is keen to see brownfield sites brought back to life. Earth Environmental and Geotechnical Services are here to help.
Earth Environmental have vision, to provide high quality, cost effective and pragmatic Geotechnical Engineering, Mining, Geotechnical and Geological Risk Assessment to our clients.
We take pride in our work, we enjoy our work, and we are very committed to provision of timely services at a reasonable cost with clearly presented solutions.
We are a consultancy of experienced Engineers, Geologists, Applied Environmental Engineers and Environmental Scientists. Our long term aim is to provide a national service delivered by local offices, run by technically proficient staff with a strong business acumen.
New Radon Monitoring & Detection
In partnership with Radonova we provide Radon monitoring in existing commercial and residential properties. We are also launching our new service – Ecotrak®. This allows for assessment of radon soil gas. Ecotrak® monitoring allows developers make an informed decision whether a NEW residential or commercial property requires radon mitigation measures.
The Coal Authority in July 2011 formalised their requirements in relation to planning applications (except householder developments) in England, Scotland and Wales and introduced new terminology relating to Coal Mining Development Areas.
We offer a fixed price Coal Mining Risk Assessment for £395.00 + VAT.
Our aim is to maintain a vibrant and dynamic working environment where clients and employees expectations are always considered, responded to and achieved. As a group of people we are committed to our core values and constantly measure ourselves individually and collectively against our own personal high standards and the expectations of clients. Our core values are:
Our clients should trust our reputation, service and opinion
We firmly believe that we are here to provide pragmatic technical solutions
We entered this business because we are scientists and we want to continue being passionate about our work
Do I Need A Flood Risk Assessment?
Planning a Development Within a Flood Risk Area? Then You’ll Need a Flood Risk Assessment.
A Flood Risk Assessment, also known as a FRA, is a report that details the main flood risks to a development site. It can also provide recommendations for mitigating measures to alleviate the impact of flooding to the site and surrounding area. The scope and details of the Flood Risk Assessments will vary depending on the size and topography of the site, and which Flood Zone the site lies within.
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Stockport MBC were undertaking a feasibility study for a new link road between the M60 and the A6 in Stockport. It was intended for the proposed new road to cut into sloping ground below one of the arches of the Stockport Viaduct.
A residential developer requested a Preliminary Roost Assessment to be undertaken as part of a planning application submission to Trafford Council. The site was a detached 2-storey house built in the 1980s.
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