Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Risky Business 2013 : Environmental Due Diligence Conference

David Mole Business Development Director, Landmark Information Group 

Around 100 delegates, including environmental consultants, engineers, geo-technical consultants and members of the media attended our flagship annual conference Risky Business 2013.

Held at the Institute of Civil Engineers on Wednesday 27th November, speakers including media commentator Jonathan Davis (Jonathan Davis Wealth Management), unexploded ordnance expert and former paratrooper Simon Cooke (6 Alpha Associates) and Chairman of DEFRA’s Contaminated Land National Expert Panel, Andrew Wiseman( Harrison Grant Solicitors) delivered the latest developments in the field of environmental due diligence. 

Jonathan, Simon and Andrew were joined by fellow industry leaders to deliver updates on a range of topical issues such as the implication of the National Planning Policy Framework on land affected by contamination, ground-gas, European air quality, the macroeconomic outlook for the UK economy, unexploded ordnance, the CL:AIRE Definition of Waste: Code of Practice, flooding, legal issues and sustainability beyond risk-based management.

New to this year’s Risky Business was the launch of our Technology Tomorrow exhibition to showcase our exciting upcoming technological developments including mobile devices and workflow efficiencies.   Delegates were given exclusive access to test and provide feedback on the beta versions of our online map analysis tool, Envirocheck Analysis, and Envirocheck Analysis Mobile, which clients will be able to use during their site investigations.  Please do view our latest video here.

We’d like to thank our speakers for providing such topical insight and for generating much debate. Risky Business 2013 has once again been a huge success and we are still receiving positive feedback along with suggestion for next year’s agenda.  Please do email me at david.mole@landmark.co.uk for any subjects you would like to be covered at future events. 

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