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Search Advisor recommends this product to address the following potential hazards:
Cheshire BrineCheshire Brine

Groundsure Cheshire Salt Search

Supplied by: Groundsure

Groundsure is proud to be the sole provider of the Cheshire Salt Search report. It is a Law Society requirement to investigate subsidence risk due to brine extraction in Cheshire. Much of Cheshire is at increased risk of subsidence due to mining practices. In addition previous compensation payouts mean that some properties are not eligible for relevant compensation. The report provides invaluable information for consideration before a property in Cheshire is purchased or developed. This data was previously part of the Coal Authority's CON29M report but is now a new standalone report that can be bought alongside the new Enviro All-in-One or other Groundsure searches when required.


Estimated turnaround time: 1 - 3 days
Price (inc. VAT): £39.60(TBC)


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