Clay rich soils will shrink and swell with seasonal weather changes causing ground movement. Movement may also occur from both the planting and removal of trees or leaks from water pipes or drains.Landslides
These occur in certain conditions and depend on the geology, angle of slop, drainage, rainfall and a change in the drainage pattern.Soluble rocks
In certain parts of the country some rocks can dissolve from moving water giving rise to cavities and subsidence. This is most likely in areas where gypsum or salt occur but can be a potential hazard in areas of limestone and chalk.Compressible and collapsible ground
Information is given on areas prone to compression or collapse when a load is applied, such as the building of a new house or structure.Running sand
Areas are identified where it is possible for sand to run into a void due to water pressure and cause collapse.
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