• Operational Nationwide with Offices in Bedfordshire, Yorkshire and Edinburgh


At Addison Green, we are a specialist national licensed asbestos removal contractor with vast experience in delivering bespoke solutions to clients with issues arising from asbestos, covering all regions up and down the UK, with our Head Office based in Yorkshire.

We provide expert advice and guidance regarding asbestos removal requirements.
As a competitive and skilled contractor, our aim is to provide flexible and innovative solutions to our working methods in order to ensure the safety of building users. We always ensure minimal disruption whilst considering safety, as well as value at all times.

We have proven experience of successfully mobilising, resourcing, managing and delivering numerous Frameworks and Contracts to tight programmes and budget, specialising in the following sectors:

  • Housing
  • Commercial
  • Insurance
  • Rail – We hold full RISQS accreditation and Sentinel approved to sponsor our own Personal Track Safety trained staff.
  • Local Authorities
  • NHS
  • Universities
  • Colleges and Schools
  • Retail

Working throughout the UK, from enquiry to completion, our expert staff monitor the quality of the project to ensure that we deliver all aspects of the works in accordance with strict health and safety regulations.

If you would like to discuss any of our services, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
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The experienced team will attend site, carry out the survey and provide the relevant report where we can then advise on next steps and guidance regarding the removal stages.

When a survey is required?

If you are responsible for premises such as a shop or small industrial unit, you have a legal duty to manage asbestos.

What type of survey to choose?

Asbestos Management Survey

The purpose of the management survey is to manage asbestos-containing materials (ACM) during the normal occupation and use of premises. The duty-holder can make a management survey where the premises are simple and straightforward. Otherwise, a surveyor is needed.

A Management Survey aims to ensure that:

  • Nobody is harmed by the continuing presence of ACM in the premises or equipment;
  • That the ACM remain in good condition; and
  • That nobody disturbs it accidentally.
  • The area should be vacated during the survey.

The Survey locates ACM that could be damaged or disturbed by normal activities, by foreseeable maintenance, or by installing new equipment. It involves minor intrusion and minor asbestos disturbance to make a Materials Assessment. This shows the ability of ACM, if disturbed, to release fibres into the air. It guides our clients, e.g. in prioritising any remedial work.

The report should state the asbestos type, location, extent, condition and any surface treatment – the ‘Materials assessment’. The report may comment on priorities for any remedial work.

The report should state where the surveyor or sampler did not survey or sample. You should presume that areas that the surveyor has not accessed do contain asbestos.

Refurbishment / Demolition Survey

The refurbishment / demolition survey is required where the premises, or part of it, need upgrading, refurbishment or demolition. The survey does not need a record of the condition of asbestos-containing materials (ACM). Normally, a surveyor is needed for refurbishment / demolition surveys.

A Refurbishment / Demolition survey aims to ensure that:

  • Nobody will be harmed by work on ACM in the premises or equipment.
  • Such work will be done by the right contractor in the right way.
  • The survey must locate and identify all ACM before any structural work begins at a stated location or on stated equipment at the premises. It involves destructive inspection and asbestos disturbance.
  • The area surveyed must be vacated, and certified ‘fit for reoccupation’ after the survey.

Provide the surveyor with the site layout, building plans, building specifications or architect’s drawings, and any history of asbestos work. Point out your site hazards, including means of safe access to heights. Provide keys, etc.

The report will state the location, presence and extent of asbestos-containing materials and debris. It does not assess the asbestos condition but the surveyor should mention any that is in a dangerous state.

The report should state where the surveyor or sampler did not survey or sample. You should presume that areas that the surveyor has not accessed do contain asbestos.

We work in collaboration with an approved and vetted network of reliable Asbestos Surveying companies, who are our supply partners throughout the UK.

Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
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We have vast industry experience from various soil and land remediation projects carried out over the years, with all our staff undergoing specific training and working in accordance with strict industry guidelines and regulations.

Sites contaminated by asbestos may present hazards to the public and grazing animals. Asbestos on a site, especially if dispersed, is also likely to cause problems with reclamation or the re­use of the land.

We can offer land remediation services as part of wider projects or stand-alone works.

Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
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