- Leading Industry expertise and knowledge
- Step change in environmental reports for 2014
- Addressing the real issues
- Speeding up the process
- Dynamic approach to risk modelling
- Robust, innovative, and compliant
Future Climate Info has created an innovative suite of Environmental Reports that analyse data on Contaminated Land, Flood, Ground Stability and Energy & Infrastructure.
The reports are divided into Premium, Standard and Essential with standardised data modules to ensure that each element provides a consistent response for each report.
Not only do these reports assist with best practice due diligence but they are also compliant with Law Society guidance in assessing potential Environmental and Flood risk.
Geoff has been working in electronic information publishing since 1980 initially as Assistant Chief Surveyor at British Coal and then as Head of Mining Reports and Records for the Coal Authority, during which time he was responsible for the IT development and operation of the national coal mining reports service and worked with the Law Society to introduce standard coal mining searches and Con 29M.
During his career Geoff also worked at Landmark Information Group where he created the environmental report standard, adopted by all of the suppliers in the market up to the present day. Prior to joining Future Climate Info Geoff worked as consultant in international information publishing, and before that as European Director spearheaded Landmark’s expansion into Europe, launching an environmental reports service for the Dutch market, and providing risk screening information and valuation tools for the German mortgage lending banks.
Philip is a Chartered Environmental Surveyor, Chartered Environmentalist, and a Specialist in Land Condition (SiLC). Philip is a leading expert in providing advice on the relationship between the value of all forms of property, contaminated land the environment and the development/investment markets.
In 1996, Philip gave evidence on behalf of the RICS to the House of Commons Select Committee on implementing Part 2A of the Environmental Protection Act 1990. He has also been an expert witness in significant contamination cases where value has been affected, and continues to give expert evidence in contentious environmental cases. From 1995 Philip has contributed to Government and RICS guidance on flooding and contaminated land, and he has written the latest three editions of Professional Guidance for RICS on “Contamination, the Environment and Sustainability - Implications for chartered surveyors and their clients”. Philip is a regular expert speaker at numerous conferences and CPD events across the UK, and has published numerous articles in many professional journals.