The Coal Authority: CON29M report roadshow – 23 May 2019

When: Wednesday 23rd May 2019

Where: Mansfield – The Coal Authority Head Office

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The event will give a unique opportunity to visit the Coal Authority’s mining heritage centre, where Helen Simpson, Records Manager and Coryn Reynolds, Records Officer, will host a tour of our archives, featuring original coal mine abandonment plans.

Featuring key speakers:
Owen Davies, Searches Business Development Manager at Severn Trent Services will join us to explain the official CON29DW report.

Punit Tejura, Service Transformation Manager for the Local Land Charges Programme at HM Land Registry will join us to provide an update on HM Land Registry digital transformation towards becoming the world’s leading land registry for speed, simplicity and an open approach to data.

We’re excited to be putting on a series of free to attend events during April and May, targeting conveyancers across Britain’s coalfield. Each event will provide an opportunity to find out more about our new official CON29M report that launched on 5 April, 2019.

Members of the Coal Authority team will be on hand at each of our events, to guide you through our new report, as well as giving you the opportunity to discuss any questions you may have.

In addition to providing further insight into our new official CON29M report, each event will feature a different guest speaker session. This will provide a unique opportunity to hear from industry experts and discuss key conveyancing related topics.

Our industry leading report is a vital and trusted tool for use during the conveyancing process, providing accurate information and reassurance when purchasing a property or land on the coalfield. Our newly improved report highlights key information specific to a property, at a glance – enabling faster and better informed decisions.



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