Groundsure announcement regarding CoPSO membership

Groundsure is today announcing its intention to play a leading role in the launch of a new trade body for the property search and property data due diligence industry. Groundsure shares a belief that the future of property data due diligence lies in the application of technology to big data, more robust data standards, transparency


Three new search reports from Groundsure

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Groundsure continues to move the searches market forward with an ongoing dedication to customer focused reports and is delighted to reveal three new products all launching on Monday 11th February. All of the new products incorporate the Avista report standards in terms of design, layout and navigation – helping conveyancers get to the information they


Avista – Groundsure’s award winning environmental search report

We’d like to invite you to join our free forthcoming webinar which will provide you with a solid overview of Groundsure’s award winning residential search report, Avista. This session will cover: • Introduction to Avista – seven searches in one report • Why you should order an environmental search – Law Society Compliance • The […]


Flood risks in residential property transactions

This session will provide a detailed overview of the Groundsure Flood report. In this session we will look at the role flood risk has to play in the environmental search report space. We will provide an overview of the different types of flood risk and the risk to property, case studies will provide real life […]


Which Residential Report to order and when?

This session will cover: How Groundsure produce the reports The risks associated with Residential property purchases What to do if risks are identified Which reports suit different Residential transactions Featured reports: the award winning Avista report and an over view of our residential portfolio


Powys County Council Contaminated Land ruling: the implications


There has been a lot of discussion across the industry and in the news following the recent contaminated land ruling by the Court of Appeal, which held that Powys County Council was not liable for pollution created at a landfill site by its predecessor. This ruling may have an impact on property owners/developers where the