tmgroup announce new mapping for conveyancers, featuring complex data layers

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4 April 2016


tmgroup logo 200tmgroup have announced the release of the “most comprehensive mapping capability in the conveyancing industry”, including content from Land Registry’s National Polygon Service.

In addition to the data provided by the Land Registry, tmgroup have announced that their new mapping will feature market-leading functionality including complex data layers, automatic property & road outlining and improved usability.

Data layers

Conveyancers are now able to filter complex data layers over maps when plotting properties, giving them access to more information straight away. With aerial imagery and Local Authority boundaries layered over the map, conveyancers can make informed decisions on a property from the outset, saving time and hassle.

Automatic property outlining

Once a property location has been identified, tmgroup will automatically present the user with an outline of that property where possible, based on the Land Registry’s dataset.

Automatic road outlining

Once a property location has been identified, tmgroup enables automatic outlining of the adjoining roads where possible.

Improved usability

Designed so you can use it across desktop and mobile devices, tmgroup’s new mapping is completely responsive and has a full screen capability, allowing you to access more of the map on one screen.

This follows tmgroup’s rebrand in November 2015 when the company revealed three new services for property professionals: tmconvey, tmcore and tmconnect.

The mapping will be available as part of tmconvey, tmgroup’s comprehensive conveyancing platform, giving property solicitors everything they need to manage a property transaction.

tmgroup sales & marketing director Ben Harris said:

“We’re delighted to bring our new mapping to conveyancers with market-leading functionality and more features to follow. We took the time to review feedback from our customers and make this a user-led development to ensure that users can enjoy the very best mapping available to conveyancers today.

“We will be rolling out more enhancements to our service for conveyancers which will help join up the property transaction for all parties.”

Existing tmgroup customers can take advantage of the new mapping functionality straight away simply by logging into their account, whilst conveyancers not currently using tmconvey can sign up for a free, no-obligation trial.

Contact tmgroup on 0844 249 9200 or email helpdesk@tmgroup.co.uk to get started.



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