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When you need approval You must check if you need approval before you construct or change buildings in certain ways. You do not need to get approval yourself if you use someone registered with a competent person scheme. Find out about the rules in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Building regulations approval is different from planning permission. You might need both. Work covered by building regulations The Building Regulations cover the construction and extension of buildings.
You might also need building regulations approval for many alteration projects, including if you plan to: Check with a building control body if you cannot decide if you need approval. You do not need advance approval for emergency repairs to your boiler or heating system, but there are rules you must follow.
Penalties and problems The person doing the work could be prosecuted and fined if they do not comply with building regulations. Your local authority could make you pay for faulty work to be fixed.
Without approval you will not have the certificates of compliance you may need when you want to sell your home.Welcome to CNC Building Control.
CNC provides the building control functions for the Local Authority areas of South Norfolk, King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, Fenland, Norwich City and Broadland. BUILDING CONTROL ACT, ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS Part I - Preliminary Section 1.
Short title and commencement Deviation and exemption from the building regulations Breaches of duty by the building authority Existing buildings Conflicting terms to keep developments in new building materials and construction .
S BUILDING CONTROL ACT (CHAPTER 29) BUILDING CONTROL REGULATIONS In exercise of the powers conferred by section 49 of the Building Control Act, the Minister for National Development hereby makes the following Regulations.
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Building design professionals include those licensed by the state—such as architects and structural, mechanical, and electrical engineers—who must formally certify that the building they design will conform to all governmental codes and regulations.
Part 1 Preliminary. 1 Name of regulations [see Note 1] These regulations are the Airports (Building Control) Regulations Object of Regulations The object of these Regulations is to establish, for Division 5 of Part 5 of the Act, a system for the approval of building activity on airports to which that Part of the Act applies.