Events

Annual forum


2019
The 2019 SiLC Annual Forum took place on Wednesday 6th March 2019 at The Royal Society of Chemistry, in London.
To view their presentations, click on the below links;
Helen Smith The Challenges of Growing a Consultancy

Nicholas Willenbrock Definition of Waste Code of Practice 10 year review

Phil Crowcroft Emerging Contaminants

Rob Biddlecombe Part 2a Where are we and where are we going

2019

Following the SiLC Annual Forum which took place on Thursday 19th April 2018 at the Royal Society of Chemistry in London

Welcome Address
Paul Burden, SiLC Chair and Principal, Environmental and Ordnance Liability Management at the Ministry of Defense
1. Introduction, Paul Burden

BGS Geoscience in the Redevelopment of UK Brownfields: Examples of Innovation and Knowledge Exchange
Darren Beriro, Geoscientist at the British Geological Survey
2. BGS Geoscience in the Redevelopment of UK Brownfields, Darren Beriro

Update on Phase 2 of the Category 4 Screening Levels Project
Hannah White, SAGTA
3. Update on Phase 2 of the Category 4 screenin levels project, Hannah White

State of Brownfield 2018, Following the Launch of our Latest Research into the Brownfield Registers
Rebecca Pullinger, Planning Campaigner at Campaign to Protect Rural England
4. State of Brownfield 2018, Rebecca Pullinger

National Quality Mark Scheme Panel Discussion: Take up and take off
Nicola Harries, Project Director at CL:AIRE
Helen Peters, Legal Director at Pinsent Masons
Phil Crowcroft, Technical Fellow at ERM
Angela Haslam, Senior Advisor at the Environment Agency
Frank Evans, Head of Operations at National Grid Property
Anita Metelko, Senior Land Quality Officer at Dudley Council
Compered by Paul Burden, Principal, Environmental and Ordnance Liability Management at the Ministry of Defense
5. NQMS one year on, Nicola Harries

Land Transactions and the Importance of Robust Data, Expert Review and Consultancy Appointments – an Environmental Lawyers Perspective
Helen Peters, Legal Director at Pinsent Masons
6. The importance of Robust Data, Helen Peters,

Asbestos in Soils: A Part 2a Case Study
James Macfarlane, Asbestos Manager at Hydrock Consulting
7. Asbestos in Soils James Macfarlane

2017

The 2017 SiLC Annual Forum took place on Thursday 27th April 2017 at The Royal Society of Chemistry, in London.

This years’ half day seminar, which was attended by over 70 delegates, saw a number of speakers present on their chosen topics.

To view the presentation slides from the 2017 SiLC Annual Forum, please click on the below link:

SiLC Annual Forum 2017 Presentation Slides

2016

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