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Friday, January 21, 2022

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The Building Regulations are standards that set guidelines in the design and construction of buildings.  First and foremost to make sure that the health and safety of the users of the building and those around remains secure.  They also include requirements to ensure that fuel and power are conserved and facilities are provided for people, including those with disabilities, to access and move around inside buildings.  

In order to get professional assistance on this, please fill in the estimate request form above.  To find property experts to advise over Building regulations in your local area please complete the request form below, once sent to you will receive a list of contact details so that you can contact the property experts directly, your details will also be passed onto them.    Before instructing a property expert to represent you or carry out work for you, please ensure that your chosen property expert has the relevant qualifications, licences, experience and insurance to provide the level of service that you require.

The Building Regulations discussed below apply to building work in England & Wales.  Scotland has its own Building Regulations.  The Building Regulations cover a wide range of building work from major office, shop and residential developments to small domestic works like extensions, through lounges and loft conversions, but are highlighted more clearly below.

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What types of building works should comply with Building Regulations?

  1. The erection or extension of a building
  2. The installation or extension of a service or fitting which is controlled under the regulations
  3. An alteration project involving work which will temporarily or permanently affect the ongoing compliance of the building, service or fitting with the requirements relating to structure, fire, or access to and use of buildings
  4. The insertion of insulation into a cavity wall
  5. The underpinning of the foundations of a building

If you are planning to carry out the above works, make sure they comply with Building Regulations. The work iself should comply with the relevant technical requirements of the Building Regulations and it is important they do not cause other services, building fabric and fittings to be come less compliant than previously.

The Building Regulations may also apply to certain changes of use of an existing building. This is because the change of use may result in the building as a whole no longer complying with the requirements which will apply to its new type of use, and so having to be upgraded to meet additional requirements specified in the regulations for which building work may also be required.

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Planning permission deals with how land is used, the look of buildings, landscaping considerations, access to the highway and the impact that the development will have on the general environment.

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