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Groundsure launches three reports

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Groundsure says the layout, design, navigation, and data sets have all been improved in its new Homebuyers report to make conveyancer workflow easier. The report also reviews contaminated land, flood risks, ground stability, and other possible risks for those purchasing residential properties.

"The launch represents the next upgrade to our product set and in particular delivers a major upgrade to our Homebuyers search," says Dan Montagnani, managing director of Groundsure. "The benefits to our customers are significantly less cases of further work or additional searches and real time savings associated with clear and simple format."

The Groundsure CON29M Official Coal Mining Search, launched in partnership with Mining Searches UK, answers the 11 questions requested in Law Society Guidance notes. The product uses official Coal Authority data and contains extra information for properties falling within the Cheshire Brine Compensation district.

"Our combined expertise, knowledge and data, means that conveyancers and their clients will benefit from an incredibly clear, accurate and comprehensive report – interpreted and analysed by a team of trusted industry experts," says Paul Raglan, managing director of Mining Searches UK

Groundsure’s Energy and Transportation report enables the comprehensive search of existing and planned energy and transport infrastructure. According to the company, the report uses intelligent filtering to only include relevant information.

The new report also includes combines the content of the Groundsure Energy, HS2 and Energy, HS2 and Crossrail and Groundsure Underground products into the one infrastructure report.

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