Subsidence of low rise buildings (Second edition)

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Technically there has been a substantial reduction in the use of underpinning in recent years, with greater consideration being given to less disruptive means of stabilising affected properties, e.g. tree management. While primarily aimed at structural engineers, this publication is relevant to a wide readership including mortgage lenders, consulting engineers, property valuers, insurers, builders, solicitors, surveyors, loss adjusters, local authorities and property owners. Also available to purchase in PDF format.

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Technically there has been a substantial reduction in the use of underpinning in recent years, with greater consideration being given to less disruptive means of stabilising affected properties, e.g. tree management. This publication considers:

• Concerns of each relevant party
• Insurance matters
• The causes of damage to buildings
• Initial appraisal of the property
• Further investigations
• Trees and tree management
• Subterranean, substructure and superstructure repairs
• Remedial works to properties damaged by subsidence
• Research and future activities

While primarily aimed at structural engineers, the publication is aimed at a wide readership including mortgage lenders, consulting engineers, property valuers, insurers, builders, solicitors, surveyors, loss adjusters, local authorities and property owners.

Additional Information

Format A4
ISBN 1 874266 54 9
Number of pages 176
Publication date August 2000
Publisher IStructE Ltd
Author The Institution of Structural Engineers