Homecheck Mining and Subsidence report is designed to highlight any potential mining and subsidence hazards at a property. The presence of a hazard could mean that your property is at risk of structural damage from subsidence. The report covers a wide range of hazards from man-made to natural sources. Uniquely, the report provides information on real insurance claims from subsidence.
Subsidence is a silent and often ignored risk when it comes to purchasing a property, but for those affected it can be a costly error. In addition to the physical risk, a property affected by subsidence after it has been purchased may subsequently be difficult to insure and/or secure a mortgage against.
The Groundsure Ground Stability Report is designed to provide a cost-effective screen on the potential for ground instability, identifying the likelihood of subsidence risk and providing early warning due to natural hazards or previous mineral extraction in the vicinity.
Subsidence is a silent and often ignored risk when it comes to purchasing a property, but for those affected it can be a costly error. In addition to the physical risk, a property affected by subsidence at a point after purchase may subsequently be difficult to insure and / or secure a mortgage against.
Compiled by Cornwall Mining Services Limited, the Tin Report provides a compilation and interpretation of the mining information archive and an opinion of the considered tin mining risk to the property. It is available for properties located in Cornwall, South West Devon and some areas of Somerset.
The Coal Report (CON29M) provides property specific information about past, present and proposed underground and surface level coal mining activities.
Our additional ground stability and mining searches provide information on regional specific risks and activities, allowing you to delve deeper into the property location and give the best advice to your clients.
The Groundsure Official CON29M Coal Search answers all of the 11 questions requested in Law Society Guidance Notes (2018) and has additional information should the property fall within the Cheshire Brine Compensation area.