Annual forum

SiLC are pleased to announce details of their Annual Forum which is taking place on the afternoon of Thursday 27th April 2017 at the Royal Society of Chemistry in Piccadilly, London.

This is a half day event in which we expect attendance from over 80 practitioners, working in the assessment and management of land condition and brownfield regeneration.  There will be presentations from top industry experts on Unexploded Ordinance, Brexit and the new National Quality Mark Scheme to name a few.  The full programme can be found HERE

The event is open to both Members and non-Members of SiLC.  To confirm your attendance, please complete the registration form and return it to before Monday 10th April.

For members the attendance fee is £76 + VAT.  For non-members the attendance fee is £90 + VAT.  Local Authority delegates may attend for free.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Please note that booking forms are required for all attendees.  Forms received after Monday 10th April will not be accepted.

SiLC Annual Forum Booking Form 2017


The 2016 SiLC Annual Forum took place on Tuesday 19th April at The Royal Society of Chemistry, in the heart of London.

Attended by over 70 delegates, last years half day seminar saw a number of speakers present on topics unique to their experience and expertise.

To view their presentations, click on the below links;

1) Phil Crowcroft (SiLC PTP Chairman), The National Mark Scheme

2) Richard Blyth (Royal Town Planning Institute), Implications of the housing and planning bill for brownfield re-use

3) Steve Wilson (The Environmental Protection Group), SUDS and how it interacts with contaminated land and brownfield sites

4) Alan Jones (Institute of Occupational Medicine), Occupational Health

5) Alan Wilson (Jones Environmental Laboratories), Emerging Contaminates; challenges for consultants and laboratories

6) Chris Barrett (Arup), Estimating Remediation Costs