Land Remediation

As Landfill Tax rises, the year-on-year cost of remediating contaminated land continues to increase. We believe that the days of ‘Dig and Dump’ are over and some sites can even be deemed unviable based on this method. Our intelligent remediation techniques ensure that you stay ahead of the competition, providing you with low risk, cost-effective solutions to even the most contaminated sites. Clever thinking early on really can add value to a site.


Our technical expertise enables us to explore every on-site treatment option available, to allow material to remain on site and to be re-used wherever possible.  We ensure that waste is kept to a minimum and you avoid the costs associated with Landfill Tax and transportation.

We have relied on The LK Group for the past five years to provide us with plenty of clever, cost-effective solutions on our contaminated sites. They are always technically competent and that makes life easier for us.

Chris Munro, Director, Bell Munro Consulting

We’re one of the very few remediation experts with an established in-house contaminated land consultancy, offering cutting-edge techniques that are readily approved by the regulators. We have the capability to act as Principal Contractor or as Domestic Subcontractor, providing you with a full enabling works package, from site clearance to piling matt installation and road boxes, followed by regulatory sign-off.

Case Studies


Berkshire Homes approached The LK Group to remediate this brownfield site for residential

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The LK Group was asked by the Developer and Bury Council to carry out a full site investig

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The LK Group was approached by Cruden to provide costs against their Bills of Quantities,

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The LK Group was called to investigate an underground oil leak at this school. Our initial

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The LK Group was approached by Galliford Try Partnerships during their tender for this res

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The East Lancashire Railway (ELR) designed a civil engineering package for their site in B

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