DescriptionThe redevelopment of former industrial sites, so-called 'brownfield' sites, is becoming increasingly important as space is required for inner city commercial developments and as housebuilders are forced by government policy to recycle land rather than using 'greenfield' sites. This guide, originally issued in 1999 by the Incorporated Society of Valuers and Auctioneers under the title reference Desk Reference Guide to Potentially Contaminative Land Uses identifies those industrial land uses most likely to be encountered by valuers and developers, gives guidance on the type of contamination likely to be present and gives general advice on what actions need to be taken.
It is aimed at non-specialist professionals advising landowners on the possible sale of their land and buildings, their potential redevelopment or possible environmental liabilities, and covers some 40 types of industrial land likely to lead to contamination.
Chapter 1: Introduction and Policy context.
Chapter 2: Approaches to Valuation.
Chapter 3: Barriers to Redevelopment.
Chapter 4: Legal Predictions.
Chapter 5: Recording Land Condition.
Chapter 6: Planning the Future.
Chapter 7: Geographical Information Systems.
Part B - Industrial Activities and Contamination.
Structural Survey Vol 23 2005
* identifies industrial land uses most likely to be encountered, the type of contamination likely, and gives advice on actions to be taken
* features specialist contributions from a lawyer, government adviser, planning researcher, GIS and insurance experts
* covers some 40 types of industrial activity likely to lead to contamination
* under the title 'Desk Reference Guide to Potentially Contaminative Land Uses'
* first edition published by ISVA and RICS (ISBN 9 9029 1303 4)