Why choose Envirosearch?
Envirosearch Residential provides an overall risk of contaminated land along with a flood screen and mapping, ground stability data, radon and environmental factors, such as HS2, solar and wind farms data.
It meets the requirements of Part 2A of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 and comes with a remediation contribution of £150,000.
Who does Envirosearch help?
Envirosearch is suitable for the following:
- Existing properties
- Vendors (potentially)
- Tenants (potentially)
Envirosearch is not suitable for the following:
- Development sites
- Specific areas
How does Envirosearch work?
The Envirosearch Residential report provides a comprehensive review of potential environmental risks affecting a property, including contaminated land, flood, ground stability, and radon.
It also includes other factors such as HS2, fracking, solar and wind farms, therefore ensuring appropriate due diligence for every transaction.
The report provides a clear front page summary with simple to read and understand content.
What does Envirosearch reveal?
It reveals the risk of contaminated land, with a screen for flood, ground hazards, energy and infrastructure at the property.
This report is available in one to two days (two days if referred to Landmark’s environmental consultants for further review).