The Government hopes the money will help councils clear up brownfield sites
quicker which means they can then plough on building between 750 and 2,000 affordable homes per zone.
As the city works to develop brownfield sites
throughout the Isthmus area, a partnership with the federal and state government is very instrumental," said Mayor Soglin.
The new plant will be built on a brownfield site
because Indorama sees this as more cost effective than developing a greenfield site.
I was particularly struck by his sentence: "Cardiff County Council has submitted a brave, green sustainable plan for the future of Cardiff, recommending that all future new build be on brownfield sites
not on green open spaces.
The proposed purchaser and redeveloper of a brownfield site
should carefully select the engineering firm that will complete the work.
Once considered high investment and litigation risks, developers are increasingly experiencing the benefits of investing in rehabbing brownfield sites
Although the changes are invisible from the outside the $70 million Montgomery Park complex utilizes a diverse environmental preservation strategy in an area surrounded by industrial brownfield sites
The conferences organizers define a brownfield site
as a "real property, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant or contaminant.
we need more help to bring brownfield sites
into useNick ForbesBUDGET BY NUMBERS billion, the package of support for the oil and gas industry PS1.
UPGRADING Crosland Moor by building new homes on brownfield sites
will only increase its desirability, and existing house values, if the infrastructure is upgraded at the same time.
11) queries the higher cost of developing brownfield sites
The project, which has been seven years in development, will make use of the huge brownfield site
to provide housing, employment, new schools and substantial community facilities.