Brownfield Land Scotland 2021

2-3 February | Virtual Event

About the virtual conference


This highly popular annual event is returning for its 14th year and will be taking place virtually on 2-3 February 2021..


This virtual conference will provide you with first-hand experiences and practical solutions specific to the management of brownfield and contaminated land in Scotland. The presentations will be available to watch online live and you will be able to interact and network with others using our virtual face-to-face networking platform. There will also be virtual face-to-face roundtable sessions, allowing you to discuss pertinent topics in a smaller, more participative format.


Bringing together contaminated land and environmental health officers from local councils, regulatory agencies, brownfield consultants and contractors, this highly popular annual conference is one not to be missed.

What topics will be discussed?

  • What Changes to NPF4 mean for Brownfield Development and the Role of Land Use in Meeting Scotland’s Housing Targets

  • Working Towards a Circular Economy Approach to Reusing Soil and Waste Materials in Brownfield Development Projects

  • Updates on Latest Ground Gas Guidance

  • Improving the Quality of Site Data & Optimising its Use in Developing a Robust & Workable CSM

  • Managing the Impact of Climate Change on Risk Assessment and Remediation

  • Case Studies of Remediation and Brownfield Development Projects in Scotland

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What is a virtual conference?

Much like an in-person conference, a virtual conference is an online event that brings together top industry experts and industry peers. All content, presentations, and panel discussions can be viewed live from a desktop computer or mobile device. You will also be able to speak with peers using our virtual 'face-to-face' networking platform. All presentations will be available on-demand so you can watch them at a time that suits you. 


Network 'face-to-face' with other environmental and waste professionals, using our virtual networking platform.

Content on demand

Join live panel discussions, presentations and a variety of digital formats or watch at a more convenient time from our content hub to suit your needs. Engage with our speakers in live Q&A and polling to get insights and answers to your questions.

Sustainable event

In addition to being able to attend despite global travel restrictions, you can access all of the event content without travel and accommodation expenses and support an environmentally friendly event. 


Why attend?

Be informed and inspired

You will get practical advice from a range of specialist presentations, including insight into new strategies, innovations and techniques to tackle your most pressing challenges faced when risk assessing and remediating contaminated and derelict land in Scotland.

Hear current thinking

Written by you, for you; this programme has been written based on research with local authorities and consultants across Scotland to ensure it focuses specifically on those issues most pertinent to you now.

Time efficiency and focus


Remove yourself from day to day distractions and benefit from a series of focused presentations, designed to tackle key issues and impart practical advice and guidance.

Who should attend?

  • Contaminated Land Officers

  • Contaminated Land Specialists

  • Managing Directors

  • Operations Directors

  • Regional Directors

  • Environmental Engineers

  • Environmental Officers

  • Environmental Consultants

  • Environmental Health Officers

  • Principal Consultants

  • Policy and Communications Officers

  • Geologists

  • Environmental Scientists


What did previous delegates think?



"A good opportunity to network and socialise with the contacts in the industry"


"Good quality speakers, good spread of up-to-date topics" 



“Well organised day with thought-provoking and interesting presentations"

East Dunbartonshire Council

“The range of topics covered provided a wealth of knowledge"


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