We have a legal duty to carry out inspections to identify contaminated land in the city.
Report potentially contaminated land
If you think something is happening that could contaminate land, or you think a piece of land is already contaminated, contact us on 01273 294266 or email us at EHL.firstname.lastname@example.org
Request for information on contaminated land
You can download a copy of the contaminated land register (PDF 106KB), containing a list of all formally determined contaminated land sites in Brighton & Hove.
You can ask us for the information we have on potentially contaminated land in a specific area through the Freedom of Information team.
Requests for information held on contaminated land fall under The Environmental Information Regulations 2004.
If you would like advice on the requirements for developing on potentially contaminated land, please see our page on advice on contaminated land requirements for planning applications.
Information on Radon
If you are concerned about Radon levels, please visit UK Radon for more information and advice.
Information on Japanese Knotweed
It is an offence to not control Japanese Knotweed or allow it to spread.
We recommend that you get independent legal advice if a neighbour is allowing Japanese Knotweed to spread on to your property.
You do not need to tell us about Japanese Knotweed.
While a local authority can take action, the large investment of time and resources involved means that we will not normally get involved with Japanese Knotweed on private land.
If you find Japanese Knotweed on council land, please tell our Cityparks team by emailing email@example.com.
For more info, check our Japanese knotweed leaflet (PDF 276KB).
The relevant legislation for Japanese Knotweed is:
Contaminated land strategy
The contaminated land strategy explains how we inspect and deal with contaminated land in the city.
You can download a copy of the strategy: