Designed by environmental consultants and geotechnical engineers, this report provides essential data and guidance on historic coal mining activity and the potential issues that could affect your client’s site and its surrounding area.
This report pinpoints significant past activity or coal mining legacy management, which could have a significant impact on your client’s site.
Some consultants use the CON29M screening report as a basis for building their risk assessment.
While this provides an initial understanding of coal mining impacts, it does not meet the requirements of a more detailed geotechnical analysis and site history for your developer clients.
Being able to characterise the site and its surrounding area means more context, improved visualisation and better risk assessment.
Each report will include information available for the following:
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
This report provides additional information when mine entries have been revealed in the initial search.
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.