The UK’s long industrial history means that there is a substantial legacy of former industrial land ripe for regeneration. South Wales was once an area synonymous with heavy industry – with the plant at Ebbw Vale once the largest steelworks in Europe. The plant survived until closure five years ago – and today the site is home to one of the UK’s largest regeneration projects. This programme looks at the project to prepare the site for development.
About the contributor(s)
Steve Smith is Head of Land Reclamation for the Welsh Assembly Government.
Richard Crook is Project Manager for the Ebbw Vale scheme for the Welsh Assembly Government.
Viv Cole is a Contract Manager for Edmund Nuttall Ltd.
Ray Kenny is Principal Engineering Geologist for Halcrow.
Siobhan O’Leary-Johns is an Engineer for Excal Ltd.