North Holmwood, Surrey case study - Homes potentially contaminated by fuel oil

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Courtesy of Landmark Information Group

Fearful residents of houses on land potentially contaminated with fuel oil in North Holmwood, Surrey are concerned about the impact of past industrial land use on their property prices.

The extent of contamination has varied from one house to another but clearly demonstrates the importance of knowing what activities were carried out before the development was constructed back in 1985. Mole Valley Environmental Health Department has reassured residents not to worry while further tests are carried out through the rest of 2005,
as part of their requirements to inspect potentially contaminated sites under the Environmental Protection Act 1990.
In the meantime, residents attempting to sell their houses before the results become known next Spring are facing a difficult time while the uncertainty continues.

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