Find out what the biggest mining risks in your region REALLY are

From Chalk in the South East, to Fireclay in Yorkshire, mining risks vary dramatically across the UK. 

Here are some regional facts and figures to help you better understand the ground beneath your client’s doorstep, as well as your own.

East Midlands

Regional Case Study : 

Mine shaft collapse in Castleton : Derbyshire

Watch our Mining Risks : Are you prepared? webinar to find out more.

East of England 

*This is the highest number of sinkhole appearances in the last 24 months across England and Wales. 

Regional case study : 

Hole in Eden Street : Cambridgeshire

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North East

Regional case study : 

Gateshead School Mine Shaft : Tyne and Wear

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North West

Regional case study : 

Sinkhole in residential Manchester Street : Greater Manchester

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South East

Regional case study :

Car swallowed in High Wycombe : Buckinghamshire

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South West

Regional case study :

Sinkhole opens in Well road : Somerset

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Wales 

Regional case study : 

Man falls down sinkhole : Bridgend

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West Midlands

Regional case study :

Huge sinkhole opens up in front of B&B : Staffordshire

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Yorkshire & Humber

*This is the highest number of Recorded Coal Mine Entries (Coal Authority) in England and Wales. 

Regional case study : 

Garden mineshaft size of Nelson’s Column : West Yorkshire

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Our “Mining Risks : Are you prepared?” webinar – featuring Tom Backhouse from Terrafirma, alongside Clare Yates from tmgroup – discusses how new data sets are challenging traditional assumptions about mining risks.

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