2TG on Property Damage: The Law of Subsidence – Introduction to some key themes and discussion of the adequacy of tree inspections

Posted: 11/11/2022

11th November 2022

To celebrate our forthcoming practitioner’s textbook on property damage, for the coming few weeks we will be rolling out a series of short webinars (less than 30 minutes in length) to highlight interesting developments, issues and cases for various property damage subject matters. Presented by those who’ve written on these topics, we think this is a great way to refresh your knowledge or to do a deep dive into a topic whilst making your cuppa tea.

We’ll be in touch soon about the launch details.

Jessica van der Meer, editor of forthcoming 2TG on Property Damage practitioner’s text and co-author of its subsidence chapter with Jack Harris, discusses the recent case of Hoyle v Hampshire County Council [2022] EWHC 934 (QB) and sets out three essential takeaways from this case for subsidence practitioners about the reasonableness and adequacy of tree inspections.

Jack Harris discusses some key themes underpinning the approach of the common law to subsidence claim.


Jack Harris

Call: 2006


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