Geodesys in partnership with Groundsure
Nick Treble has been a Groundsure account manager since January 2015. In this role he works closely with the conveyancing industry to provide solicitors, conveyancers and home buyers with up-to-date information on the full range of conveyancing risks, and how to identify them through data and desktop searches. His detailed knowledge comes from his training and his time spent working on the consultancy side of the Groundsure business. As a consultant he focused on the analysis of risks such as contaminated land, flooding, subsidence, HS2, London Underground (inc Crossrail), energy, planning and Japanese knotweed.
Nick is passionate about providing clients with the complete picture on risks affecting land and property transactions and an expert at interpreting the ever-improving data that is available.
Nick graduated from Brighton University with an MSc in GIS and Environmental Management and a BSc in Physical Geography.
London: Above and Below Ground
London sees more property transactions and developments than any city in the UK. But ongoing tensions between councils, residents and developers are changing it and shaping the conveyancing industry. From basement extensions to large-scale planning applications, through to London Underground extensions, the Croxley Rail Link, Crossrail and HS2, many issues faced in London are relevant elsewhere. Working in partnership with Geodesys, Nick from Groundsure will discuss the impact of these risks on UK property transactions alongside search options available to inform and protect all parties.
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