11 & 12 Wellington Place is a 12-storey office building that forms part of the 140,000sqm mixed-use development in central Leeds.
Our environmental expertise allows our clients to unlock the potential of sites, as we tailor our outputs to their risk profile and quantify the hidden risks from contamination.
We support our clients by providing due diligence and environmental risk assessments. This includes:
Phase 1 desk-top studies
Phase 2 intrusive geo-environmental investigations
Qualitative and quantitative site risk assessment
Remediation strategies, plus their implementation and validation
Contract administration of remediation works
Emergency response and remediation services
We have extensive experience in designing, implementing, supervising and validating site remedial works to provide our clients with practical economic strategies whilst fulfilling regulatory requirements. Speak to us about:
Reclamation works method statements
Materials management plans
Reclamation works contract administration
Reclamation works implementation
Remediation validation and certification
Post reclamation monitoring
Audits & Emergency Response
We provide due diligence and risk assessments for:
Prospective land purchases and sales
Potentially contaminated land in receivership
Current site use
Emergency response and containment services
Emergency or contingency strategy plans.
The assessment of risks and contingency strategy plans include site management compliance issues, contaminated land and asbestos.
We act on behalf of a range of clients including large industrial corporations, transportation providers, receivers, development companies and individual house owners.
Materials Management Planning
We generate Materials Management Plans, the vital tool that enables developers to bypass the need for an Environment Agency environmental permit or exemption from waste management licensing regulations. By implementing this plan, we support our clients in avoiding often time-consuming and cumbersome process of applying for these permits or exemptions.
At Curtins, we adhere to the CL:Aire Development Industry Code of Practice, which defines a materials management plan. This plan empowers developers to reuse both natural soils and made-ground, whether contaminated or otherwise. The benefits are twofold: significant cost savings and a more sustainable approach that reduces traffic movement.
With a number of people in our team registered as a CL:Aire qualified person, we are able to act as independent assessors of Materials Management Plans to comply with the requirements of the Environment Agency.
We are a Member of the Association of Geotechnical & Geoenvironmental Specialists (AGS) with recognised practitioners covering both specialisms.
Large-scale reconfiguration of the Royal Bournemouth and Poole Hospitals.
A student residency for Select Property Group as part of the Vita Student Brand.
Regeneration of a 1960s housing estate to provide new homes and local shops.
Neighbourhood regeneration to provide affordable homes on traditional tree-lined streets.
A 90,000sqft teaching centre that cater for more than 1,600 students, with five lecture theatres and around 40 research and teaching laboratories.
Our innovative approach to due diligence, pre-planning and other development services.
We set out our commitment and approach to decreasing the average embodied carbon in our projects and reducing our business emissions.
Today is STEM Day and here at Curtins we pride ourselves on being STEM ambassadors, aiming to inspire the next generation of scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians.
The 'Our Place' photography exhibition tells the story of how Curtins’ people have influenced places around the country whilst Leeds has been influencing them.