Places for Everyone – Planning Inspectorate Report

Martin Dyer and the E3P team have been actively involved in supporting Peel L&P, contributing their expertise to the examination of Places for Everyone, particularly regarding the Port Salford Allocation.

Peat soil degradation is indeed an important issue, especially in areas like Salford, where it can have significant environmental impacts.

The fact that the inspector’s report aligns with the insights provided by E3P’s technical experts is a testament to the quality of the work and the relevance of the issues raised.

Moving forward, it will be interesting to see how the findings and recommendations from the report are incorporated into future planning and development decisions and how E3P continues to contribute to sustainable and responsible development practices and can provide technical expertise in all matters relating to peat and geo-environmental conditions.

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On Wednesday 24th January, Martin Dyer had the pleasure of presenting nationally for the Institution of Environmental Sciences (IES) to peers across the industry to discuss the challenging topic of waste soil, legislation, and most importantly, solutions that can facilitate brownfield regeneration.