Coal Mining Risk Assessment
Coal Mining Risk Assessments identify site specific coal mining risks to developments and set out the proposed mitigation strategy to show that the site can be made safe and stable for the proposed development. A wide range of information sources are used, including a combination of purchased coal authority reports, historical maps, geological and borehole data and previous intrusive investigation reports to form a detailed risk assessment with interpretive elements. Each of the risk assessments are reported by a suitably qualified and competent member of our team.
Should the report find a significant risk is posed on the development, recommendations are made for further actions, whether this be intrusive ground works or design considerations.
We have a standard fee of £390 + VAT to undertake a CMRA, if you need us to purchase the consultants coal info from the Coal Authority, we charge an additional £140 + VAT for each data request.
Our standard turnaround is 7 working days; however, we can do 5 days and 3 days, and 24/48 hours if you are in urgent need, they are priced at 50, 75 and 100% more.
Site plans, development plan, planning applications and correspondence related to this requirement. We are always happy to have a chat over the phone or via email if you do not have all of the above.
CMRA (Coal Mining Risk Assessment)