Oct 03, 2020 3:27 pm
I have a drainage question, please, which relates to our shed (please see diagram below):
Our shed is roughly 16m x 10.5m.
We will soon be installing three water tanks at the back of the shed and we’re connecting the overflow from the last tank to the LPOD.
The land doesn’t have any sharp slopes, but it does have a gradual slope as indicated by the black arrows.
Our concern is that the land slopes toward the West side of the shed (indicated by the yellow line).
What is the best way to protect this section of the shed? Is it via an agi drain?
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