CON29M Coal mining report
Our official CON29M is the industry leading report for the conveyancing market as it details key coal mining risks when handling non-residential property transactions.
Our unique Geographical Information System (GIS) contains comprehensive data to accurately describe the known and suspected risks associated with the coal mining industry of Britain.
Our database was created using over 360,000 original abandonment plans, dating as far back as the 1700s.
The database is updated every 24 hours as new hazards and cases of subsidence are reported.
Why you need it
Our CON29M is the only official, coal mining related, Law Society approved conveyancing product. It identifies and interprets coal mining risks for clients purchasing non-residential properties.
Each report will include information available for the following:
- underground and opencast coal mining
- mine entries
- coal mining geology
- coal mining subsidence
- mine gas and surface hazards related to coal mining
- historical rights to coal
If a mine entry is highlighted as a risk in your official non-residential CON29M report – then a Mine Entry Plan & Data Sheets report is required.