Groundsure

http://www.groundsure.com/

 

 

 

 

 

Giving customers confidence and clarity, in land and property transactions.

The smartest land and property decisions rest on location intelligence from Groundsure.

Groundsure is a UK authority on environmental risks including land contamination, flooding and ground stability. It provides high value, property-specific opinions, and analysis of land use based on the leading datasets that it collects and curates.

Groundsure helps a range of individuals and businesses make fully informed property transaction decisions including:

  • Solicitors
  • Conveyancers
  • Property Lawyers
  • Property Support Lawyers
  • Financial institutions/Building societies/Lenders
  • Homebuyers
  • Developers

Groundsure turns data into practical, actionable insight. Its customers feel confident and able to understand that data and what it means for them, helping them make property decisions and advise their clients with confidence and clarity. To ensure Groundsure delivers the most up to date environmental data it partners with leading data, mapping and technology providers including but not limited to the Environment Agency, Ordnance Survey, the British Geological Survey and Ambiental.

 

Delivering industry best practice

We believe in following solid and honest business principles and industry best practice. We are committed to delivering market-leading products and customer excellence. We deliver this by following stringent operational processes for every aspect of our business, whether that’s our Data Governance Council or our Senior Management Boards through to delivering customer excellence every day.

As a result of our firm belief in the importance of accurate and reliable data governance Groundsure is a founding member of the Conveyancing Information Executive (www.conveyinfoexec.org).

Partnerships

We continually support, and learn from, our own community of approved Groundsure property-search resellers. This way we can guarantee their sales and customer-service teams know every aspect of our products and services. And we can know these offerings are 100% fit for their client’s needs, providing more empowering data and opinion, and enabling exceptional due diligence.

Key Services

Contact: Dave Phillips
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 08444 159 000

Address
Groundsure Ltd.
Sovereign House,
Church Street,
Brighton
BN1 1UJ

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The Conveyancing Climate Change Conference

The Conveyancing Climate Change Conference, hosted by Groundsure. In this inaugural and exclusive event, hear from leading lawyers, policymakers and experts across the industry and gain practical guidance on how to advise your clients about the impacts of climate risks on residential and commercial property transactions. Do you understand the impacts climate change will have […]Read More

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Which geo-environmental risks should property lawyers (and our clients) be

Lawyers and environmental data My fellow solicitors and their Professional Support Lawyers sometimes tell me they feel besieged by an ever-increasing number of different types of environmental reports which they are required or encouraged to commission: reports for flooding, contaminated land, ground stability and other types of geo-environmental risks. There are now separate reports for […]Read More

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Barclays expands deal with Groundsure

Barclays adds Groundsure’s climate data to its environmental screening in expanded deal Barclays has expanded its agreement with environmental analytics business Groundsure to start screening commercial transactions in the UK for environmental and climate change risks. Groundsure has been working with Barclays since 2006, providing the bank with a definitive opinion on lending security in […]Read More

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Upcoming webinars with Groundsure

See details of Groundsure’s upcoming webinars in May 10th May 2022: How is coastal erosion and climate change affecting UK properties already on a cliff edge? The next session of Groundsure’s Climate Change series will take a closer look at coastal erosion. Strategic Account Manager Nick Treble is going to start with a definition of […]Read More

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Santander selects Groundsure for environmental and climate due diligence

Environmental analytics business Groundsure is to screen Santander’s commercial transactions for legacy and ongoing environmental and climate change risks. In conjunction with Santander, Groundsure has designed a new report that includes a four-tier risk assessment summary with explicit opinions on environmental liability, loan security risks and potential property value impacts. Groundsure says the report, Siteguard Climate, is the first to provide major banks with an […]Read More

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Upcoming webinars with Groundsure in April

April marks the start of Groundsure’s new webinar series on Climate Change. 5th April 2022, 11:00am – 11:45am: “Flooding & Climate Change: A stormy relationship and its impacts on property” In the first webinar of Groundsure’s Climate Change series, Strategic Account Manager Iryna Minimurzina, will look at the definition of flooding and how it may […]Read More

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Flooding by Franklin on a conveyor of storms

Whether it is the act of naming storms that has brought them to more prominence, or the fact that three of them happened in one week, our latest turbulent weather has again publicised and underlined our vulnerabilities from the changing climate. Storm Dudley crossed the north of England and brought high winds and damage to […]Read More

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Upcoming webinars with Groundsure in March

Groundsure are running the final two instalments of their Compliance series in March. They will dive into the environmental impacts of ground stability and flooding to help you better understand the risks to your client. Hidden hazards: interpreting ground stability risk for your client With Andy Crawshaw, 1st March, 11:00am – 11:30am. By the end […]Read More

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