Summer Workshop 2022

The Climate Emergency – Practical Considerations in Brownfield Risk Assessment

Wednesday 22nd June 2022, The Priory Rooms, Birmingham and online from 09:30.

The speaker line-up and workshop themes are here. Each workshop is offered as separate in-person and online sessions with full participation from online attendants. Attendants can nominate two workshops they’d prefer to attend during the registration process (we cannot guarantee choices but will endeavour to do so). Please note, the final format of the workshops may change and will depend on numbers and preferences received.

Speaker biographies and the programme for the event are located here.

Ticket typeAttend in personAttend online*
SoBRA Member£125£125
Concession **£62.50£62.50

Registration is now open. Register here.

Attend online – If you have registered for online attendance for the event a joining link to the event will be emailed to you via Hubilo approximately one week before the event.

(* To attend online costs the same as to attend in person due to the cost of the streaming platform)

Attend in person – if you are experiencing Covid symptoms at the time of the event, please do not attend in-person – you can contact us at [email protected] for a link to join online up to 9am on 21 June.
For directions to the Priory Rooms, please follow this link.

** Update 9 May: Concession tickets are now SOLD OUT (Limited to the first 10 registrants only. These tickets are for Government, LA employees and full-time students).

December Conference 2022

Thursday 8th December 2022, Burlington House, London.
Details to follow

Upcoming Early Careers Webinars 2022*

Thursday 7 July, 1-2pm (David Holmes, Geosyntec)
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Thursday 4 August, 1-2pm (Geraint Williams, ALS)
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Thursday 1 September, 1-2pm (Matthew Bickley, Systra)
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Thursday October 6, 1-2pm (Judith Nathaniel, LQM)
Register here:

*Early Careers Webinars

The SoBRA early careers group are pleased to announce we are running another series of free lunch-time webinars between March and September 2022. Each webinar is geared towards early career professionals and will provide guidance and top tips on topics (see above). Webinars run for an hour, including a Q&A session, and will all be hosted on GoToWebinar – we thank the Scottish Contaminated Land Forum for allowing us to host these events on their account.

Recordings of previous webinars are available on the Early Careers Webinar page.