Building on Contaminated Land Ground Gas Protection Ever changing construction demands changes and advancements in part due to the need to service the with its impact on the places where governments have sought to shape guidelines and legislation for the industry with numerous reports such as Constructing the Team (Latham through to the Calcutt Review of Housebuilding in 2007 and the Strategy for Sustainable Construction in 2008. The demand for housing and construction has always been a key and need continues to grow the and well-being of present and future generations has become increasingly important. The Contaminated Land Legacy been a central player in the explosion and changes which arose out of the age of the industrial revolution. has resulted in the exploitation and contamination of much of the very land which is now so urgently needed to satisfy the demands of the population. Despite the major advances and continual improvements in todays created a legacy of contamination within the soil and groundwater of the land on which we need to build. Contaminated land contains substances which pose a risk to either ecological receptor (Contaminated potentially contaminated. Drivers for development: the need for Since 2008 the number of new to exceed the number of new homes built giving rise to the current shortage urgent need for a period of sustained development within new house building. The Government set two clear targets in relation to house building homes in 2016. The Government has ambitions that it expects to see local development orders being used to get planning permissions on at least 90% on suitable of support that local authorities can government funding being invested to land.
Building Products October 2017
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