The Yorkshire Contaminated Forum was established 2007 to bring together land quality practitioners across Yorkshire to meet quarterly to discuss topical land quality issues including soil, water and groundwater affected by contamination.
At meetings, we present and receive interesting presentations, network in an open and friendly environment and work collectively towards improving land quality.
YCLF membership includes environmental consultants, remediation contractors, property developers, local authorities and other regulators, planners, academics and a broad range of other relevant professions.
The Forum is run by a small steering group of professionals representing private and public sectors. No charges are made for any of the YCLF activities. You can 'join' the forum by registering your interest on this website. Once registered, you will receive email notification of the next meeting and will also be able to access previous presentations. Additional functionality will be added to the website as it is developed.
Meetings are held on four Fridays each year, February, May, September and November.
YCLF welcomes offers of presentations and venues.
YCLF would like to acknowledge the financial assistance provided by Yorkshire Forward which has enabled development of the website and support towards venue costs.
To read the press releases from past meetings please click here>>