Contaminated land in Scotland

We encourage and promote the effective and sustainable reuse of contaminated land in Scotland and elsewhere, positively contributing to future economic growth and quality of life for people and communities.

Our members are drawn from the public and private sector including regulators, consultants, contractors and service providers and we welcome new members so come and join in.  Our quarterly forum meetings and annual conference aid knowledge sharing in the industry and provide an easy atmosphere for networking.

We were established with the assistance of Scottish Enterprise with our main objectives to bring together contaminated land professionals of all kinds, to arrange meetings for information exchange and to promote and develop best practice among Scottish contaminated land practitioners.

You can find our constitution here.

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SIXTH ANNUAL  CONFERENCE  ON ADVANCES IN LAND CONTAMINATION ASSESSMENT AND REMEDIATION

 16 SEPTEMBER 2014, COLLINS SUITE UNIVERSITY OF STRATHCLYDE, GLASGOW G1 1XQ

We are pleased to announce SCLF Conference 2015: this year’s conference contains comprehensive contractor, consultant, council and collegiate contributions!

Read more here – SCLF Conference 2015

June 14, 2016
Glasgow, United Kingdom

June 14, 2016

June Forum Meeting – The NHBC Perspective

Alex Pratt will present on the NHBC perspective on contaminated land site investigation , risk assessment, remediation and reporting, and will also cover recently updated NHBC guidance on ground gas assessment and protection measures.

NHBC ‘Buildmark’ warranties cover around 80% of new homes built in the UK and currently protects over 1.6 million homes, and so the organisation has appreciable experience both in reviewing reports prepared by others and in setting standards for acceptance of investigation, assessment and remediation work.

To complement Alex’s presentation, we are making enquiries for a second speaker to present on the BGA schemes for gas membrane installer competence and installation inspection & verification competence. Further details will follow, as soon as we have them!

Please book tickets at the following link:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sclf-quarterly-forum-meeting-14th-june-2016-the-nhbc-perspective-tickets-24456084808

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