7 May 1999
Roger Humber told an RICS conference last week that before more brownfield sites could be developed, the issues to be resolved were: overambitious planners; funding to reclaim contaminated sites; and dealing with ‘all the social and environmental people.’ He told the conference, which debated brownfield-greenfield issues in the south-east: ‘Some ...
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