Groundsure have announced some exciting changes to their popular Avista, Homebuyers and Homescreen residential reports from 1st July 2021.
Chief among these is the comprehensive Groundsure Avista, which has undergone a complete redesign. Already containing seven searches – contaminated land, ground stability, radon, flood, planning, energy, and transportation – three new searches have been included in the redesign, with the addition of CON29M mining information, non-coal mining such as tin, chalk and limestone, and Cheshire salt search information.
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This month’s highlighted product of the month is Homecheck Professional Environment, an environmental risk report from Landmark Information Group.
The report highlights multiple key environmental hazards. Each report comes with a consultant’s professional opinion and public liability cover of up to £10 million.
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This month’s highlighted product of the month is the Homecheck Professional report, a flood risk search from Landmark Information Group.
The report is a comprehensive desktop analysis of flood risk, which also takes flood defenses and the availability of insurance into account.
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This month’s highlighted product of the month is the Envirosearch Residential search, an environmental risk report from Landmark.
The report assesses a multitude of environmental risks to a property along with a consultant’s professional opinion.
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Our regular series examining the CON29DW looks at questions 2.2 and 2.3 – the surface water connection.
In last month’s article we looked at question 2.1 of the CON29DW, which deals with foul water drainage. This month we look at surface water, which is covered in 2.2 and 2.3.
As we mentioned last month, surface water is primarily rainwater which falls on the property and has to be removed. Unlike foul water, this doesn’t require treatment and is therefore usually directed into nearby watercourses.
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