The Guest Street scheme is part of the New Islington project and as such was included as part of the sitewide masterplan, which included a large-scale ground treatment and remediation strategy. The site itself has had canal-related development stretching back over 150 years and most recently was a parking and maintenance depot for trucks and wagons. These operations caused some ground contamination, largely in the form of infilled canal arms with limited amounts of residual hydrocarbons. ...
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