In this blog, Kate Bannigan, an Environmental Consultant at Groundsure, explores brownfield sites and discusses why they should be incorporated into urban development What are brownfield sites? The United Kingdom’s long industrial past has left behind an estimated 65,760 hectares of ‘derelict and underused’ (Oliver et al., 2005) previous industrial sites, often located in or
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T’was the night before Christmas, but all through the day Edward and Susan, had worried away. With two kids, still growing, and one on the way, A new house was needed, but where would they stay? The children were nestled all snug in their beds, While thoughts of a better home, danced in their
The scene: a vast city hungover by a mist of exhaust fumes, accompanied by the sound of Christmas carols and clinking beer bottles. It’s the season of yuletide intertwined with wastefulness, want and ignorance. A guilty party, guiltier than most, is preparing tomorrow’s feast. Already he has boned out the crown of a turkey, the
Groundsure is delighted to announce that it was the proud runner up of the “Best Product Launch Campaign” award at the prestigious B2B Marketing Awards 2017. The B2B Marketing Awards reward the best in global B2B marketing, with submissions from four continents and major global marketing agencies. Groundsure was shortlisted against some tough competition and is
Sarah Gathergood is an environmental consultant at Groundsure. In this blog, Sarah discusses pollution incidents and how they may affect you. If you have any questions or comments about this blog, you can contact the residential consultancy team at firstname.lastname@example.org Although written sometime around the 1950s, Tom Lehrer’s comedic song ‘Pollution’ still rings true in today’s world.