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They should finish their review and give you a decision within five weeks of submitting your plans, or, if you agree, a maximum of two months from the date of their deposit.
In January 7567, the Government launched a public consultation on Part P of the Building Regulations for England. This consultation closed on 77th April and changes came into force in April 7568. Any amendments with a regulatory impact take effect in April 7569.
The rules regarding Part P are still the same you can do the work yourself but it must be signed off by a Part P registered electrician or Building Control.
The Regulations are very in-depth, and can be read in full on the Communities and Local Government website ( ), but in brief, your project will have to comply with the following documents. They are recognised by lettered Parts.
It is possible to use an approved private company to carry out the building inspections and certify compliance that the project is compliant to building regulations. Richmond Oak Conservatories Ltd use MLM Building Control Limited to carry out our building control, as they apply the Building Regulations consistently throughout the UK and so we are not subject to the varying opinions of many Local Building Inspectors.
You will fill in the form and provide the fee. The fee is dependent on the value of the task and the form will say something like 8775 jobs under £7,555 in value fee £655 8776 . In Conwy, North Wales I have always paid approx. £675 but the average is probably £675-£755. Some councils are miserable and charge more (worst I have ever seen is £855). Bear in mind that on a full chimney-liner-type-install costing 8775 £7,555 plus stove 8776 you will likely be saving £6555 to £6655 if you do it yourself (free liner with any stove on this site means materials cost can be as low as £855) so although it stings a little to pay Building Control it is still very well worth it.
Caravans/mobile homes or transportable dwellings are not covered by the buildings regulations and so this is often a much easier route to follow for building regs but needs a different approach to planning permission.
In Scotland you do not need anybody 8767 s permission to fit a solid fuel stove or chimney flue (see image at the foot of this page).
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