Brownfield study to be drawn up

A major study of brownfield sites examining why specific locations have not been redeveloped is to be drawn up to feed into English Partnerships' national brownfield strategy. Consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton will work with Atkins and the University of Liverpool to establish ways to overcome barriers to development. The team will focus on 14 pilot councils from rural areas such as Kerrier in Cornwall to major cities including Manchester and London. It will inform the wider national strategy that aims to bring England's 66,000ha of brownfield land back into use.

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