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Subject: Subsidence
From: John Cheetham
Date: Sep 05 2019 17:34:11
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Hi all.

The questions are in relation to a subsidence issue relating to 3 trees, 2
oak 1 ash, 10m height all planted 4m from the property and planted 40 years

I would be very grateful for any information on the following.

Is there any 'industry' recommendations as to how close oak - ash - maple
trees should be to buildings as of today and what recommendations we're in
place 40 years ago?

If the said trees are responsible for subsidence what would be the best way
to manage the trees if they are deemed to be too close to the property.

Do they need to be removed?



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