Future Climate Info teams up with TM Group

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19 June 2015


FCI_LogoEnvironmental reports provider Future Climate Info (FCI) today announces that TM Group (UK) Ltd is offering residential FCI environmental reports to its customers.

FCI specialises in the analysis of environmental, flood, ground stability and energy and infrastructure data in succinct reports, with a RICS backed professional opinion provided on all data.

Speaking on the launch, Nick Dyoss, business development director, TM Group one of the market’s largest providers of property searches to the UK conveyancing sector said:

“TM is delighted to have teamed up with FCI to offer their reports to our customers. FCI reports are well presented whilst being relevant and enable us to maintain the commitment to our customers of providing the widest range of products available in the market”

The introduction of TM Group providing FCI reports has been welcomed by Geoff Offen, managing director of Future Climate Info, who stated:

“TM Group are incredibly successful in the marketplace and we are delighted that they have chosen to provide FCI reports via their platform.”

Future Climate Info’s environmental reports are available through TM Group from 11June 2015.

 



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