Advice re terraced house

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Hi,

First of all sorry - I'm pestering this site with questions about house worries. Need the PM to lift this lockdown so I can not lose my mind.

But - photos below. The photos are actually of the bottom of a house attached to ours, not our own house. Question as usual is would this be a sign of a structural/subsidence issue? If so we obviously should be worried as our houses are attached

Thanks in advance for any advice, genuinely
 

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Just looks like a crumbling/badly finished cement plinth to me - no cracks or anything on the wall. It wouldn’t concern me but I’m no expert!
 
Vertical cracks are the ones to worry about, and even more so if they start getting wider. That's nothing, probably a bit of frost damage.
 
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