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Proctor Group provides guidance on land affected by contamination

  • 18 Sep 2017

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The A. Proctor Group will provide guidance on encountering land affected by contamination as part of its new webinar series.

The webinar, set to take place on Tuesday 3rd October at 2pm, will be presented by Ground Protection National Technical Sales Manager Aubrey Machin and will be followed by a live Q&A session.

The Government is expecting to see local development orders being used to get planning permissions on at least 90% of suitable brownfield sites by 2020. 

The A. Proctor Group is utilising its experience in providing solutions for the safe development of brownfield land, to provide essential guidance for developers, contractors and specifiers working on housing and commercial projects.

The webinar will be available to download on Wednesday 4th October.

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