Mining

Mining Searches

Mining may no longer be such a large industry, but past practices can have drastic impacts on buildings and properties today. In extreme cases, sites may experience costly structural damage as a result of subsidence or collapse. 

Coal Mining Search

A mining search is a desktop risk assessment, typically for conveyance purposes. It provides an interpretive assessment, based upon records held by Mining Searches UK, as to the considered mining risk from historical mining activity.

Groundsure Georisk

The Georisk products are desktop mining reports drawing data from unique datasets including British Geological Survey National Landslide data.

Groundsure CON29M

Approximately ΒΌ of all residential transactions require a CON29M report. The Groundsure CON29M answers all of the official 11 questions requested in Law Society Guidance Notes (2018) and has additional information should the property fall within the Cheshire Brine Compensation area.

Metalliferous Mining Search

A Metalliferous mining search is a desktop risk assessment, typically for conveyance purposes. It provides an interpretive assessment, based upon records held by Mining Searches UK, as to the considered mining risk from historical mining activity.

Stone Mining Search

A Stone mining search is a desktop risk assessment, typically for conveyance purposes. It provides an interpretive assessment, based upon records held by Mining Searches UK, as to the considered mining risk from historical mining activity.

Terrafirma CON29M

Set up in 2000 by the Coal Authority, CON29M mining reports provide information on past, present and future underground and surface coal mining activity for any individual property or site in Britain.

Terrafirma Ground Report

The Ground Report is a ground risks and liabilities report that includes an expert professional opinion, risk assessment and risk transfer on all potential ground risks, the only report to satisfy recent new ground perils guidance in the 25th Edition of the Law Society Conveyancing Handbook.

TerraSearch Assure

There are more than sixty minerals extracted across the UK yet less than six are covered by general conveyancing practice. There are also 405,000 recorded non-coal mine shafts and over 170,000 recorded coal mine shafts in the UK, with only one in three recorded.