The North West Brownfield Regeneration Forum, a dedicated voluntary body offering free seminars for brownfield practitioners within the region.
The North West Brownfield Regeneration Forum (NWBRForum) was established in 2008 with the aims of:
- Supporting regeneration in the North West
- Promoting best practice
- Encouraging dialogue
- Developing partnerships
The interaction between these aims is demonstrated by our guiding principles
View our Terms & Conditions Here
We need you!
We NEED you!
We are always wanting new committee members to build and broaden our horizons. If you are interested please get in touch, anyone is welcome!
Here is the link to the latest news/events.
Join the Land Condition Symposium online next month On the 11th November the Land Condition Symposium will be opening its virtual doors and hosting a full programme of topical and thought provoking presentations. Our programme of eminent speakers will present on...read more
Here is a list of on-line training and CPD events that may be of interest to all members of the NWBRForum. The next of our Ground Gas webinar series – ‘Verification of Ground Gas Protection Systems’. ...read more
In partnership with the Yorkshire Contaminated Land Forum (YCLF) and North East Contaminated Land Forum (NECLF), the North West Brownfield Regeneration Forum (NWBRF) held their “Summer Conference 2019” on Monday 01 July 2019 at Manchester Metropolitan University...read more
Are we embracing data capture technology? – Use of Digital Technologies in Contaminated Land Risk Assessment
The Institution of Environmental Sciences (IES) and North West Brownfield Regeneration Forum (NWBRF) held a joint contaminated land event on Wednesday 15 May 2019 in Manchester. Organised in association with WSP, an audience of 34x industry professionals from...read more
Changes to Pre-commencement Planning Conditions relating to Brownfield Development Workshop Feedback
Introduction Over 50 delegates from a range of public and private sector organisations attended a workshop hosted by Arup in Manchester to discuss new regulations that require the written agreement of the applicant to the terms of pre-commencement conditions, namely...read more