Events that InfoTrack will be hosting, sponsoring or exhibiting at, including webinars with leading industry partners.
Tuesday, June 22, 2021 11am
This is the first of five 20 minute sessions looking at mining and ground instability hazards and risks to property across England and Wales. Geologist Sam Cook will dive beneath the North West and Midlands and introduce you to the mining legacy of the region. You will gain knowledge of the hidden risks these local hazards can pose to property and land through local case studies and statistics.
Wednesday, June 23, 2021 11am
The second stop of the InfoTrack and Terrafirma 'virtual' roadshow focuses on mining and ground instability hazards across England and Wales.
In this session, Geologist Charlie Coleman will give local statistics and facts about the non-coal mining history of the North East and explain any hidden risks to property, and risks to your clients' transaction.
Charlie will also discuss the very pertinent topic of climate change and the impact on coastal hazards. You will see how the UK coastline is formed, and why East Yorkshire's coast has been named 'the fastest eroding coastline in Europe'.
Thursday, June 24, 2021 11am
Register today for the third session of the InfoTrack and Terrafirma coffee-break roadshow. Join Geologist Maura Partridge for this 20-minute talk where you will learn about the historic mining and natural ground instability hazards in Wales.
You will hear about lead and slate mining, as well as landslips and coastal hazards and the risks to property. Everyone is welcome to this free educational talk, and we hope you take interesting facts and statistics away with you.
Tuesday, June 29, 2021 11am
Register today for the fourth session of the InfoTrack and Terrafirma coffee-break roadshow. Join Terrafirma Geologist Tim Longden and Dan Berriman of Cornwall Consultants, who will reveal the complex mining history of the South West.
Did you know that… within 10 miles of Bristol City Centre, there are nearly 1,000 recorded non-coal mines and quarries?
In 20 minutes, Terrafirma and Cornwall Consultants will guide you through the hidden risks to property and land and impact of non-coal mining in the South West.
Wednesday, June 30, 2021 11am
Register today for the final session of the InfoTrack and Terrafirma coffee-break roadshow. Geologist Tim Longden will discuss chalk mining hazards and how they pose risks to properties on the southeast coast.
In this 20 minute session, Tim will also explain how coastal hazards like cliff collapse, and landslides can impact coastal property.
After the talk Key Account Manager Luke Parsons will explain the benefits of Terrafirma's Ground Report, and how expert-led assessment removes the need for interpretation from property professionals.