The updated residential CON29DW, CommercialDW Drainage and Water Enquiries are now available to all Thames Water Property Searches’ customers

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12 May 2016

Basic CMYKWe are delighted to announce that customers now have full access to the updated residential CON29DW and CommercialDW Drainage and Water Enquiries.

As a result of changes in legislation, we have worked in consultation with The Law Society to implement these vital modifications, which will ensure that the Enquiries provide conveyancers with the most up-to-date information available when advising their clients on the impact of water and wastewater networks in relation to property purchases.

The key changes to both Enquiries – which went live on May 9 2016 – include:

  • Inclusion of details on private pumping stations
  • Impact of sustainable drainage systems (SUDs) on newly adopted sewerage networks
  • Removal of water quality information as this is not property specific; however this information will still be available on the Thames Water website
  • Provision of water hardness information.

It is intended that all official CON29DW suppliers will be compliant by 4 July 2016.

We are an official supplier of CON29DW and – as a member of The Drainage and Water Searches Network (DWSN) – have 16 years’ experience delivering residential and commercial drainage and water Enquiries to our national customer base.

We are also one of the UK’s leading providers of property searches in the UK, offering an extensive range of searches throughout England and Wales all under one roof.

Conducting multiple searches with us is a transparent and straightforward process. Our easy-to-use online dashboard highlights searches relevant to each property and keeps customers fully informed on those all-important expected delivery times.

Complex cases do arise so our knowledgeable customer service team is always on hand to help and advise.

To discuss these amendments in detail or to discuss our comprehensive range of services, please call: 0845 070 9148 or visit:



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