There are several different types of Buildings Regulations application that can be made, however they are not all suitable for every situation. There are three ways in which applications can be made to the Council.
Different types of application and how to make them:-
Please note that when submitting a Building Regulations application a fee will be payable, more information on our fees can be found within our schedule of charges.
- Recovering and Repairing Existing Roofs and the Building Regulations
The following provides guidance with regard to the Building Regulations when re-covering or repairing pitched and flat roofs.
Information about asbestos removal and what to do if you think that your home may possibly contain asbestos.
- The Party Wall Etc. Act 1996
Information regarding The Party Wall etc. Act 1996, including external links to download an explanatory booklet of the act and another to view the legislation.
- Building Notice Application
Complete details of the procedure involved in making a Building Notice application. A Building Notice form and our fee schedules can also be found here.
- Is Building Regulations Approval Required
Find out if Building Regulations Approval is required for your proposal and what works are exempt under schedule 2 of The Building Regulations.
- Exempt Buildings and Works
This page outlines all works and buildings that are exempt by Regulation 9 and Schedule 2 of The Building Regulations .
- Full Plans Submission
Complete details of the procedure involved in making a Building Regulations Full Plans submission.
- How to Make a Building Regulations Application
Details of how to make a Building Regulations application, covering the different methods that can be used.
- Building Regulations Inspections
The inspection process carried out by Building Control Services following receipt of an application.
- Regularisation Application
Complete details of the procedure involved in making a regularisation application.
- Competent Persons Schemes
Information about the competent persons schemes, with a link to the Department of Communities and Local Government website that provides a list of the current scheme providers and their contact details.
- Building Regulations Enforcement
Building Regulations Enforcement. This page contains a guide to the provisions of section 35, 36 and 37 of the Building Act 1984.