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Document Summary. bre_jpg ( bytes) Low Rise Building Foundations: the influence of trees in clay soils. BRE Digest This guide offers simple. The Building Research Establishment (BRE) has produced a produce the BRE Digests, the NHBC Chapter and other .. BRE Digest 7. Caldwell. Atkinson8 and 'bre Digest '4 show typical foundation details used on sites where trees are a problem. As discussed in the recent revision to 'bre Digest ' 2.
Atkinson and 'BRE Digest '4 show typical foundation details used on sites As discussed in the recent revision to 'BRE Digest '2, this approach can. A partial copy of BRE Digest 'Low Rise Building Foundations: the Table 1 in BRE Digest (Appendix Sheet A39) shows that Oak trees. Previously Unpublished Data from the BRE Research Site. According to BRE Digest , a 'safe' separation distance for Lombardy Poplar. BRE Digests , , Low-rise buildings on shrinkable clay soils (BRE, ). • BRE Digest The influence of trees on house foundations in clay soils.