The warehousing at the Bredbury former Jackson’s Brickyards, where
they did more investigations 30 years ago than they did for this school in 2006,
is not even directly over the old tipped waste – the new school is directly over
the old tip.

The Bredbury sister site investigations – on a strict grid pattern and quite a lot of them – unlike the toxic waste dump school site contamination investigations.

In the early 1980s on a sister Jackson’s Brickyards site opened in
1922, like the Hacourt Street site, with the same layout and planning and
tipping history, they did more contamination investigations on a regular grid
pattern for just warehouses than they did in 2006 for this 550 pupil primary
school. The 1982 warehouses were not going directly over the old tip. This
school is. Why would the safety standards be better 30 years ago than