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Argyll Environmental Reports Now Available from ETSOS

6th June 2011

In 2010 Landmark Information Group (part of the Daily Mail Information Group) acquired Argyll Environmental. Argyll provide niche environmental due diligence services to many of the UK’s largest commercial law firms and several leading financial institutions, combining desktop reports with in-house environmental expertise. With increasing attention being paid to environmental liability, especially given tighter lending criteria prevalent in today’s markets, Landmark and Argyll can now deliver the future needs of the market as environmental consultants, financial institutions and the legal sector demand more. ETSOS have teamed up with Landmark to offer Argyll products through the ETSOS on-line platform.

James Sherwood-Rogers, Managing Director of Landmark UK Property, commented “Landmark Information Group are the market leader in the field of property related environmental risk. Quality data and reports are our foundation and this means we select only to work with respected organisations. We are proud to be working alongside ETSOS”

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