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Updated: 10/04/14 by Tony Lilleystone
Industrial processes in and around Coalville that have now ceased will nevertheless often leave waste or residue that risks damaging the local environment. Searches for contaminated land do not initially involve any physical inspection, but are based on old records of land use. Purchasers of new build property around Coalville should be aware that brownfield sites have increasingly been developed. In such circumstances, it is vital that your solicitor check that the correct clean up work has been carried out. Risks associated with contaminated land include inhalation of hazardous dust, exposure to lead and other toxic substances, and water pollution.
There has never been any central record of all mines, so it can be difficult to find comprehensive information about mining activity in or near Coalville. If a residence is located in an area where mining occurred, or is thought to have taken place, a search will be undertaken. A coal search will indicate whether any opencast workings have taken place or are planned in the vicinity. A separate environmental search is therefore also required in affected areas. Unfortunately, due to the industry's extremely long history, and the fact that there has never been any central mining authority, there is no single source of information about the location of mines. This means that searches are less straightforward than a buyer may anticipate.
Transport projects are rightly a concern for homebuyers, given both the disruption they can create, and the long-term impact they can have on a house's value. The local searches a solicitor carries out during a sale or purchase show any proposals for the following in respect of any highway adjoining the property:
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