The coal authority report reveals information on any past, present and future underground coal mining.
The coal authority report reveals information on any past, present and future underground coal mining, revealing whether the property is likely to be affected by existing works or if a license has been granted for mining coal in the future. The coal search also gives details on the location of shafts, information on any known faults to the coal authority that is likely to affect the stability of the property and details of any claims made for the remediation of subsidence. As well as providing details of any preventative work that has been carried out to guard against future incidents.
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This search identifies any historic underground extraction of Bath Stone or Fullers Earth or any metalliferous mining activity relating to the property.
Information on coal mining, brine subsidence claims and natural subsidence hazards
An alternative to the interpretive report for areas of land or a new development.
Managing coal mine gas liabilities is part of the Coal Authority’s statutory obligations. We can provide expert insight on mine gas liability sites or mine gas incidents that we have treated, featuring a bespoke report from our mine gas experts.
Confirmation that an official search is not required.