Natural subsidence GeoReport

Natural subsidence GeoReport

This report briefly describes any natural ground stability hazards if they are present, which could include swelling clays, landslide, ground dissolution, running sand, collapsible or compressible ground. The report contains 1:50 000 scale geological map extracts for the area around a site, taken from the BGS digital geological map of Great Britain (DiGMapGB-50). The report could be useful for those investigating subsidence, for example, during property development or purchase.

Notes:

The search does NOT cover man-made ground stability hazards such as mining. Searches of coal mining should be carried out via The Coal Authority's Mining Report Service.
Data is not available in some areas of the UK. See the report availability map below.
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Natural subsidence GeoReport

Delivery Options

Delivery by e-mail: Sent by e-mail as soon as your Report is ready

Delivery by post: Please allow up to five working days after despatch

* Note: postal delivery to non-UK addresses will take longer than five days

Location

This report requires you to choose a location using either a UK address or a full British National Grid reference.

If your site is large or complex you can choose instead to send us a siteplan.

Map/Report Title

This product gives you the option of adding your own title to the report or map produced.

The title can be up to 200 characters long.

Report Purpose

This report requires you to choose a purpose so that we can understand how our reports are used.

Site Radius

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Service

Despatched within two working days