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Clay-related Subsidence - Why houses are becoming more at risk from subsidence.
For UK homes built on top of clay, soil subsidence is a key risk to consider as a property owner, with annual damages running into the millions. In this webinar Dr Tim Farewell discusses the importance of expert interpretation in understanding this complex, yet relatively common, geohazard and why owners of properties in existing risk areas are not the only ones that should be concerned.
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Dr Tim Farewell

Tim is one of the UK’s leading academics on ground hazards specialising in the dynamic interactions between geohazards and critical infrastructure. He works closely with research data including climate change models to map changes in ground conditions and is convinced of the need to better the understanding of the often complex environmental-infrastructure interactions.