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NHBC Standards 2014. Part 4 - Foundations (Withdrawn)

Standard 4

NHBC Standards 2014. Part 4 - Foundations (Withdrawn)

Document Status

Withdrawn

Supplement

Core Supplement

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Standard

Abstract

Gives technical requirements, performance standards and guidance for the design and construction of dwellings acceptable to NHBC. Covers: 4.1 Land quality - managing ground conditions, 4.2 Building near trees, 4.4 Strip and trench fill foundations, 4.5 Raft, pile, pier and beam foundations, and 4.6 Vibratory ground improvement techniques.

History

Superseded by NHBC Standards 2016 (NHBC, 2015). Effective from 1 January 2014. Part 10 is no longer allocated and does not appear in the set.

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Publisher History

Formed in 1936, the NHBC is the standard setting body for new and newly converted homes in the UK.


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