Blog - John F Hunt Regeneration

Uncovering the Economic Potential of Brownfield Redevelopment

Uncovering the Economic Potential of Brownfield Redevelopment

Have you considered the untapped potential within brownfield sites? Often disregarded as risky and expensive to develop, these areas can provide significant economic benefits when planned carefully alongside the right experts. Highlighting the Economic Benefits The...
The Risk and Rewards of Land Remediation

The Risk and Rewards of Land Remediation

Land remediation, a critical component of sustainable development, is a process that involves the removal of contaminants from soil, groundwater, or surface water, typically from industrial legacy sites. It’s an essential practice that not only aids in the...
Achieving Sustainable Demolition: A Comprehensive Guide

Achieving Sustainable Demolition: A Comprehensive Guide

Demolition is a complex process with significant environmental implications. It involves the systematic tearing down of industrial structures, often to make way for new construction or land repurposing. As industries increasingly recognise the importance of...
Understanding Brownfield Enabling

Understanding Brownfield Enabling

Brownfields, typically former industrial or commercial sites that are now vacant or underused due to environmental contamination, represent a complex challenge in urban development. These sites often contain hazardous substances or pollutants, making their...
Everything About Land Remediation

Everything About Land Remediation

The health of our land faces threats from contamination and pollution amid the ongoing effects of increasing urbanization and industrialization. Nevertheless, a glimmer of hope emerges in the form of land remediation—a process that not only rejuvenates the...
Soil Abnormals and Contractual Challenges in Brownfield Projects

Soil Abnormals and Contractual Challenges in Brownfield Projects

Brownfield remediation projects are often confronted with the challenge of what is known as ‘abnormals’ in soils, which can lead to significant contractual complications. Abnormals, referring to “unexpected or unforeseen conditions within the soil”, poses...