With winter just around the corner, Flood Risk Assessment is outlining the importance of carrying out a flood risk assessment report as news comes that more than half of the nation expect flood risks to be automatically investigated as part of the conveyancing process.
A recent survey, which questioned homeowners, found that 80% of homeowners would not buy a property which was at risk of flooding but that only 42% had investigated flood risk prior to buying their property.
For the most part, homeowners assumed that solicitors would automatically investigate flood risk as part of the process. On 30th June 2013 will come the expiration of the Statement of Principles and thus the future of flood insurance is uncertain.
Those looking for reassurance that their home is safe from flood risk are turning to Flood Risk Assessment at http://floodriskassessment.net. The team offers a vast range of services, including Flood Risk Assessment (FRA) Reports which ensure all flood risks are identified, thus aiding the planning process.
With years of experience in the industry, the team at Flood Risk Assessment are fully qualified and are always at hand to help those looking to submit planning applications.
After assessing the property, Flood Risk Assessment will provide homeowners and developers with Flood Risk Statements and Flood Risk Scoping Reports in order to help with development and ensure planning permission can be submitted as painlessly as possible.
Those looking for more information on flood risk and the work carried out by Flood Risk Assessment can visit the site at FloodRiskAssessment.net.
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