Coal Authority launch new official CON29M coal mining report to the conveyancing market

The Coal Authority has now launched their new official CON29M coal mining report.

Their industry leading report is a vital and trusted tool for use during the conveyancing process, providing accurate information and reassurance when purchasing a property or land on the coalfield.

The newly improved report highlights key information specific to a property, at a glance – enabling faster and better-informed decisions.

One of the many highlights is the inclusion of a professional opinion produced by their in-house experts, to provide reassurance for the buyer.

Other improvements include:
  • a concise and handy glossary to explain key mining terms to the homebuyer
  • additional details on appropriate mine entries, future known development and advice on obtaining a coal mining risk assessment
  • direct links to access relevant interpretive follow on reports

The Coal Authority gives confidence to the property market

Purchasing property on the coalfield is a subject that is often misunderstood and misrepresented in the media. So how after nearly 25 years do the Coal Authority continue to provide positive reassurance about buying property on the coalfield?

Clare Tasker from the Coal Authority explains:

“There are a lot of myths out there about the coalfield. We are here to provide peace of mind to home buyers and to support the conveyancing sector to help the completion of prompt and efficient property transactions.

“Our comprehensive and industry leading coal mining reports provide home buyers with the right information that they need to make informed decisions when buying a property. We want people to know that they’re in safe and experienced hands when dealing with us.”

How is the Coal Authority making a better future for people and the environment across Britain?

The Coal Authority was established in 1994 and since then has continued to manage the effects of past coal mining, to protect the public and environment across the whole of Britain. So, it’s no surprise that they’re known as a trusted provider of coal mining reports and advisory services to the legal and property sectors.

To this day, they place keeping people safe and protecting and enhancing the environment at the heart of everything that they do – which explains their passion for using their information and in-house expertise to support the property market.

For more information

For more information about the new official Coal Authority CON29M coal mining report, please visit www.con29m.com

The Coal Authority’s dedicated team is on hand to support you and answer any queries you may have – this includes providing sample reports and further product information. Contact a member of their team by emailing groundstability@coal.gov.uk or calling 0345 762 6848.

 

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