Brownfield Land in Huddersfield and Leeds
Brownfield land is, or was, formerly occupied by a permanent building that has become derelict or vacant but has the potential for redevelopment. Land which has not previously been developed such as parks, allotments and recreational grounds cannot be classed as brownfield.
There are sometimes cases where remains of a building or structure, cannot be considered independent as they have become so well incorporated into the land. When this happens, the land cannot be considered brownfield.
A recurrent characteristic of brownfield land is contamination as buildings which may have previously occupied the land regularly used chemicals which over time may have seeped into the ground.
Contamination can vary in severity and requires an investigation to clarify its nature and how to treat it.
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