New flood risk thumbnails hit FCI reports
As of today, Tuesday 18th July 2017, Future Climate Info (FCI) will now include individual flood risk thumbnail maps in all environmental reports, giving a much cleaner presentation of the potential flood risks.
The move from showing all flood risks in one large map to individual flood risk thumbnails next to each descriptions of the risk will mean:
- More zoomed in focus on flood risk for the property
- Combining the maps with the description of the flood risk and the professional advice all in one section
- De-complicating flood reporting in multiple risk situations
- Neater presentation
From river and sea flood risk to surface water or groundwater flooding, the new flood thumbnails visually show the risk to the property area with a clear key rating alongside the further action – so it’s easy to identify the severity of the risk shown on the map.
- A cleaner, clearer presentation of flood risks – allowing risks to be easily identified
- Each type of flood risk is separated into an individual map to avoid confusion
- Saves time – easier to convey the risks to the client
- More visual approach – detailed maps against each flood further action
By adding the individual flood thumbnails, it enhances FCI’s offering and contributes to their overall aim to help speed up the conveyancing process – addressing only the real issues and continuing to provide a dynamic, innovative and fully compliant approach to environmental reports.
This article was submitted to be published by Future Climate Info as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Conveyancer. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Conveyancer.