Britpave, the cementitious infrastructure industry association, is to hold an industry seminar examining the need to redevelop brownfield land and how the use of soil stabilisation can answer that need.
Industry speakers from the Campaign to Protect Rural and England and the Environmental Industries Commission will forward the need for a ‘brownfield first for development’ approach and examine the need for more effective regulation. Sector specific speakers will explain the ‘what, why and where’ of soil stabilisation, the relevant British Standard and EU regulatory requirements and will provide case studies showing how soil stabilisation can provide an efficient and environmental way to redevelop brownfield sites.
The seminar is CPD approved. It will be held from 09.30am Thursday 28th March at the Holiday Inn, Crick, just of the M1, Junction 18 and will be followed by lunch.
Registration is £50 plus VAT (£60) for Britpave members) and £100 plus VAT (£120) for non-members. To register visit: www.britpave.org.uk/Britpave-Events-Diary