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Please find below details of the 2018 SiLC Annual Forum, which is taking place on Thursday 19 April at the Royal Society of Chemistry in London.

This half day seminar will see a series of industry experts present on topics such as asbestos in soils, the C4SL Environmental Standard and Geoscience in the Redevelopment of UK Brownfields.

Welcome Address - Paul Burden, SiLC Chair and Principal, Environmental and Ordnance Liability Management at the Ministry of Defence

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

C4SL Environmental Standard - Hannah White, National Grid

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

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

Compered by Paul Burden, Principal, Environmental and Ordnance Liability Management at the Ministry of Defence

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

Asbestos in Soils: A Part 2a Case Study - James Macfarlane, Asbestos Manager at QDS Contracting

Closing Summary

Registration Forms are available and must be returned to silc@silc.org.uk before Friday 6 April. Tickets for SiLCs are priced at £80. Non-SiLC tickets are priced at £95. Local Authority may attend the Forum for £30.

CL:AIRE Members' Networking Event, in association with SiLC will take place immediately after the Annual Forum at The Audley in Mayfair. Sponsorship has kindly been provided by John F Hunt Remediation, Keltbray Remediation and Ward Special Projects. Please register here.