Tom Parkinson is an environmental consultant at Groundsure. In this blog, Tom discusses Hinkley Point C and the impact that it will have on the UK. If you have any questions or comments about this blog, you can contact the commercial consultancy team at firstname.lastname@example.org. On the 15th September 2016, the UK Government historically approved the first
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Alice Hopkins is an environmental consultant at Groundsure. In this blog, Alice discusses the future of green belt land in the UK. If you have any questions or comments about this blog, you can contact the commercial consultancy team at email@example.com. What is the green belt? England’s green belts are areas of land protected from development
In this blog, Freddy Brocklehurst, an environmental consultant at Groundsure, discusses sources of alternative energy, with a particular focus on solar wind power. If you have any questions about this blog, you can contact the commercial consultancy team at firstname.lastname@example.org. As the world’s energy needs inevitably grows, we must become less reliant on fossil fuels and
This is the third instalment in a series of blog posts which will briefly present examples of some of the most innovative technologies for the clean-up of contaminated sites. Recent Groundsure blogs on remediation of contaminated land have looked at the steps recommended by the authorities to bring formerly industrial sites back to use and
Not so long ago, I decided to enter an ultramarathon. The idea started as many awful ideas do, down the pub, chatting to my wife’s best friend. She mentioned that she was thinking of doing something unusual and memorable in memory of her partner’s memorable and unusual grandmother, so she’d decided to run an ultra.