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Transport, Energy & Infrastructure

Argyll Energy & Infrastructure Report

The Energy and Infrastructure Report is a risk screening report designed to assess the impact of new infrastructure projects on a property. It provides risk assessment for a number of different energy and infrastructure aspects in a single product. These include screening information on drilling locations and land blocks which are licensed for oil and gas exploration (including fracking), renewable power plants as well as wind generation and solar sites (either applications, proposed or under construction) and land impacted by the planned HS2 rail link.

Argyll SiteSolutions Highways

A SiteSolutions Highways report provides you with comprehensive information relating to the adoption status of roads, footpaths and verges, road improvement schemes as well as the identification of rights of way and proposed amendments surrounding a commercial site.

FCI Energy and Infrastructure Report

The increase in alternative energy sources such as wind farms and shale gas, as well as major infrastructure projects like HS2 and Crossrail continues to be a concern for buyers. These developments may be intended for the benefit of the communities as well as the nation, but they can also have a negative impact on property value. Future Climate Info's Energy and Infrastructure report details existing and proposed projects to ensure your client is aware of any potential impacts on their property.


Our additional transport, energy and infrastructure searches provide information on regional specific risks and activities, allowing you to delve deeper into the property location and give the best advice to your clients.

Groundsure Energy and Transportation

The Groundsure Energy and Transportation report provides insight into existing and planned energy and transport infrastructure. 

Property buyers are becoming increasingly concerned about possible impacts of infrastructure projects. High profile public concern over HS2, Crossrail, hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and windfarms mean that these are real factors that can influence property prices. Similarly, the presence of existing energy and transport infrastructure can be a factor on the potential value and enjoyment of a property.