Subsidence Survey, York YO41

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Our client instructed JCA to carry out an arboricultural survey at a property in York as part of an investigation into suspected subsidence damage.

Our consultant carried out a survey and concluded that in this case some subsidence damage had occurred as a result of drying shrinkage caused by vegetation within influencing distance of the property.

It was recommended that a Common Ash tree, Plum tree, and an unidentified climber be removed, and the stumps treated to prevent regrowth and root function.

Our consultant also identified that a Sycamore tree which was in influencing distance of the property may be of possible future concern to the subject property and should be monitored.