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retaining soil behind sleepers , do i need a plastic liner of i built a 1 metre retaining wall from softwood sleepers, the ground was cut back behind the wall with a weed membrane type fabric against the soil/chalk, and then the gap filled with gravel.
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is plastic behind concrete sleeper retaining wall needed? i am building a 1.0m high concrete sleeper retaining wall under my house and will be installing 65mm drainage pipe with filter sock at base of wall, covered with 300-400mm of 20mm scoria. just wondering if there is a need for builder plastic behind the wall?
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