Environmental Reports by Future Climate Info

An innovative suite of Environmental Reports that analyses data on Contaminated Land, Flood, Ground Stability and Energy & Infrastructure. The reports are divided into Premium, Standard and Essential with standardised data modules to ensure that each element provides a consistent response for each report. These reports are compliant with Law Society guidance in providing Environmental and Flood data.

    Ground Stability
    Energy + Infrastructure

Contains all of the information from the Standard report and includes data on Energy & Infrastructure such as wind farms, shale gas exploration, and HS2. Available for both Residential and Commercial Properties.
    Ground Stability

Contains all of the information from the Essential report and includes Ground Stability data. Available for both Residential and Commercial Properties.

Meets the minimum requirements of the Law Society's guidance on flooding and Contaminated Land. Available for Residential Properties.
Future's team has over 80 years of industry knowledge.
All Reports comply with Law Society Guidance and Practice Notes (incl. Flood).
Provided on all data not just Contaminated Land.
Only identifies issues, therefore reports are 7 pages on average.
The market's most cost effective solutions.
For every issue identified, a solution is provided.
FCI interrogates all key datasets.
Residential reports are produced and returned within minutes.
Commercial will take up to 24 hours to be returned, if they are referred for Further Action.
Every Environmental Report contains a Professional Opinion on the impact on property value (if any) from Wilbourn & Co. Ltd Chartered Environmental Surveyors.
For peace of mind, FCI Reports are backed by £10 million Professional Indemnity Insurance. FCI's cover can be relied upon by the professional parties involved in the property transaction, including the first purchasers, their advisers and the first purchaser's lender.
Where issues are identified, FCI always offers clear and concise recommended 'Next Steps' for your clients. FCI has partnered with industry experts to offer solutions such as insurance, further surveys and protective measures.
Every Future Climate Info report contains the relevant datasets from all the key information sources, including our own high quality, unique research of historical maps for potentially contaminated and in-filled land.
Analyses the impacts from key risks including: nearby Artificial Ground, Contaminated Land insurability, Contaminated Land Register Entries and Notices, Current Industrial Land Uses, Environmental Permits, Petrol Stations, Landfill Sites Past and Present, Telecommunications Transmitters, Potentially Contaminated Land from Past Industrial Land Uses, Pollution Incidents, Potentially In-Filled Land, Pylons and Electricity Lines, Radon Gas, Regulated Environmental Processes, and Surface Dangers or Hazards.
Analyses the impacts from the key risks listed by the Law Society including: Flooding from Rivers, The Sea, and Surface Water Flooding, Groundwater Flooding Susceptibility, Historic Flooding, Flood Insurability, Flood Storage Areas, and nearby Surface Water Features.
Analyses the impacts from key risks including: Ball Clay Mining Areas, Brine Compensation Areas, China Clay Mining Areas, Coal Mining Areas, Geohazards such as Clay Shrinkage, Landslips, Landslides and Sink Holes, Limestone Mining Areas, Past Mining Hazards in Minerals other than coal, Modified Ground, Natural Cavities, Potentially In-filled Land and Tin Mining Areas.
Analyses the impacts from key risks including: Carbon Capture and Storage, Coal Bed Methane Extraction, Crossrail, Current and Future Hydropower Installations, Gas Recovery from Mines, HS2, Licensed Oil, Gas, and Shale Gas Exploration and Extraction, Major Energy, Environmental, and Transport Infrastructure, Power Stations, Solar Farms, Underground Coal Gasification and Wind Farms.
Read current case studies on Flood, Environmental, Energy & Infrastructure and Ground Stability related issues.
The climate is changing and during the winter of 2013–14 flood events occurred in the UK which resulted in flooding to the Thames Valley, coastal flooding in the South West and flooding in the Somerset Levels. Thousands of homes and many hundreds of businesses were affected.
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The UK has a long industrial history and many areas of land may have been contaminated by old industrial uses, with substances such as arsenic and lead being left behind in the soil. Over the years, these old industrial sites have been and continue to be redeveloped into housing and offices and unless identified and remediated, any toxic substances may cause harm today.
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Significant areas of the UK are at risk from subsidence. The obvious culprit is coal mining, but there are also tin mines, and many other minerals such as gypsum, salt, and anhydrite that have been mined or are being mined across the country.
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Wind Farms near to a property could materially affect its capital value. Aside from the visual impact, other concerns exist such as wind turbulence, low frequency pulsing sounds from the blades, high pitched sounds from the hub, and continual flickering shadows in strong sunlight.
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