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2 December, 2016 - 10:55 By Kate Sweeney

Sweco in multimillion pound land regeneration consultancy

Engineering, environmental and design consultancy Sweco, which has an office in Peterborough, has been appointed to a multimillion pound Land Regeneration Consultancy framework for National Grid Property across Great Britain.

Sweco’s environment and landscape teams will provide regeneration consultancy services and the framework will run for a minimum of three years.

Sweco has been regenerating brownfield land for beneficial use with National Grid Property for over 20 years. The business has built an experienced, skilled and capable gasworks delivery team over this time with working knowledge of hundreds of National Grid Property sites.

Sweco will deal with contaminated land assessment and remediation as part of the framework along with developer and infrastructure related services potentially giving Sweco the opportunity to involve teams from across the entire UK business. 

Sweco is a recognised industry leader in the management of brownfield land assets, and the continuation of its work for National Grid Property further supports this position.

Sweco’s development and environment director, Jennifer Hamilton said: “The bid was a truly collaborative effort by our UK brownfield regeneration team and we are delighted to have been successful in retaining our place on this key framework in the land regeneration sector.”

National Grid Property has a substantial portfolio of brownfield sites that it regenerates in locations across the UK. Since 2000 it has worked with  development partners to bring over 1,800 acres of former industrial land back to beneficial use.

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