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Using SuDS to reduce phosphorus in surface water runoff.

CIRIA, in conjunction with Natural England, have released guidance on assessing Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems on site for their potential to remove nutrients from development runoff.

Brookbanks, who have been involved in driving this important consideration forward, are now in a position to include this aspect in future Nutrient Assessments.

As we have done for many successful applications this new tool will allow us to maximise the benefits from your development, driving your potential to achieve neutrality and deliver development in Nutrient hit areas of the Country.

Technical Director, Highways, Environmental and Transition Group

Dean Swann

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