Are you aware of the recent enhancements to Landmark Envirosearch Residential?
A new version of Envirosearch Residential went live on 25 April. The main changes are that:
- Content and design have been reviewed to make it easier find and understand the results of the reports
- The search now uses additional data based on previous searches carried out on the property or surrounding area, resulting in more "First Time Passes"
What has changed?
More ‘First Time Passes’ means you won't be asked for further information on a property
This is because Landmark have a new tool, the Risk Assessed Land Register, which allows them to search their database of information collected when properties have previously been given a environmental search result of “Further Action”. In these cases, Landmark have already reviewed the initial search result in the light of further information provided by the solicitor and, in many cases, this has resulted in a “Passed” rather than “Further Action” on that property. This means that a Pass certificate can now be issued in relation to any new search carried out on that property removing the need for "Further Action".
The Risk Summary now provides clearer signposting and next steps guidance. At a glance, you can instantly see the results of the report’s findings and know exactly where to look if further clarification is required.
Energy & Infrastructure
Energy & Infrastructure alerts are now shown on the front page summary making it immediately clear whether any factors have been identified related to HS2, energy exploration, solar and wind farms.
The easy-to-read report delivers enhanced guidance for you as a conveyancer, as well as to new property purchasers. Landmarks in-house experts provide assessment and guidance designed to help you and your clients confidently plan the next steps.
If you would like to see the new look Envirosearch please download a sample report.
Contact Geodesys Customer Service team on 0800 085 8050 if you would like more information about our suite of reports.