Land Quality issues can have serious implications for the health of current and future site users; local authorities have a duty to identify land that may cause a ‘significant possibility of significant harm’ (or SPOSH) to site users and ensure that the land is remediated to remove known risks to human health. Land Quality and the protection of human health is also a consideration in the planning process.
A Phase 1 land quality report is likely to be requested during the planning stage if there is a concern that there may be a risk to human health.
Human health risk assessment is used by local authorities, landowners, site developers, remediation contractors and consultants to demonstrate that land is suitable for its current or intended use and size genetics review. Our risk assessors can help to:
We employ leading environmental specialists who have the knowledge and experience to deal with these technically complex issues and can be relied on to apply appropriate methodologies and avoid the use of ‘black box’ solutions that are so often wrongly applied in the industry.
Please contact us for more information on Human Health Risk Assessment service.