Municipalities and Brownfields


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Municipalities and Brownfields

Part 4 of the Municipalities and Environmental Law Series

The Issue / Idea

“What authority do municipalities have to regulate brownfields within their boundaries?”

The Project

Brownfields are located throughout Alberta and can contaminate the environment, detract from the appeal of communities, and hinder economic and social development. Meanwhile, brownfield redevelopment can provide environmental, economic and social benefits for Albertans. The fourth and final publication in the Environmental Law Centre’s Municipalities and Environmental Law Series explores when and how municipalities can manage and regulate brownfields and their redevelopment.


Report: Municipalities and Brownfields

Organization

This project was undertaken by

The Environmental Law Centre

Project budget

The funding required to complete this project (all 4 modules in the ‘Municipalities and Environmental Law’ information series) was

$30,000

Status

Development of this publication began with the Municipalities and Environmental Law information series in Fall of 2016, and was completed in

June 2018

Supporters

Max Bell Foundation

Anonymous Foundation