Slim down this new year

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15 January 2015


Basic CMYKBy CLS

New Year’s resolutions can be tough to stick to but Future Climate Info (FCI) is here to help. Many of us want to slim down after the festive period, but not all of us are successful. By ordering an FCI report you can fulfil this New Year’s resolution without even realising it!

Our reports are 7 pages on average, which is approximately 80% slimmer than other desktop environmental reports. Still interrogating all the relevant data and detailing everything you need to know, just in a clear and concise report.

FCI reports have been designed to be the most robust, contemporary and compliant Environmental, Flood, Ground Stability and Energy & Infrastructure due diligence reports available to the conveyancing market.

What’s included in the slim report?

1. Clear + concise – Comprehensive data analysis simply summarised.
2. Analysis of all relevant data but only reports on the issues.
3. Full flood data included – even in the essential report.
4. Compliant – All reports comply with Law Society Guidance and practice notes (inc flood).
5. Competitively priced – The market’s most cost effective solutions.
6. Professional opinion – Provided on all data not just contaminated land.

…. all this and you save your clients money!

CLS - 15 Jan

Flood or energy & infrastructure data modules can be purchased as stand-alone products and Commercial reports are also available for properties over 0.25 hectares.

What to slim down? Contact your reseller for more information. Click  for a full list.

Let Future Climate Info reports be the resolutions you keep this year!



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