This search identifies any historic underground extraction of Bath Stone or Fullers Earth or any metalliferous mining activity relating to the property.
Bath Stone is a 'freestone' (a rock which can be sawn in any direction) which occurs within stratigraphic layers within a limestone unit known as the Great Oolite.
The Great Oolite underlies the area of NE Somerset/Avon and West Wiltshire. It has been worked from opencast quarries and from underground mines, a few of which, continue to operate in the area of NE Somerset and West Wiltshire.
Clay Mining works are prevalent in Dorset, West Devon, Cornwall. This report provides details of clay mining activity that could affect the property
Information on coal mining and brine subsidence claims
Information on coal mining, brine subsidence claims and natural subsidence hazards
This report provides additional information when mine entries have been revealed in the initial search.
An alternative to the interpretive report for areas of land or a new development.