Looking for expertise on tree issues? You've come to the right place!
       Looking for expertise on tree issues?                 You've come to the right place!
The following publications are not readily available even in University libraries. If you are willing to pay, the British Library Document Supply service (www.bl.uk) should be able to assist:

Stanton B & G Wignall (1995): Tree Roots: a forseeable nuisance? Solicitors Journal 139 (44) (17 November 1995) pps 1146-1147

Wignall G (1998): Handling subsidence claims: damage by tree roots. Solicitors Journal 142 (22) (5 June 1998) pps 520-521

Wignall G (1999): Tree root subsidence - a working guide. Solicitors Journal 143 (31) (6 August 1999) pps 756-757

Subsidence Guide from Davies Lavery (now part of Kennedy group).

Driscoll R and Skinner H (2007) Subsidence damage to domestic buildings: a guide to good technical practice. BRE Press. ISBN 978 1 86081 977 3 covers more than just tree root activity.

CSIRO (2001): Plant Roots in Drains - Prevention and Cure. (available for download at a small price www.publish.csiro.au). 6 page pamphlet with 4 pages listing recommended minimum distances that a variety of Australian species should be kept from sanitary drains.

NHBCTechnical Standards: www.nhbcbuilder.co.uk/NHBCshop/TechnicalStandards
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