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Subsidence Tree Survey

Buildings that are built on clay soils where trees are nearby might encounter subsidence, which is sometimes caused by soil shrinkage as tree roots draw out moisture from the ground.


This type of report will determine if any tree located near a property/building will pose a threat to the structural integrity of the building. Possible damages include visible cracking to external walls, or in severe cases, significant movement to built structures.

A few things we look out for...

Risk of subsidence

Potential of harm to people or property

Direct damage from tree roots

Local Planning Authority constraints

Kensington, London

Kensington, London

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