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About Building Regulations

Great Fire of London 1966

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To ensure buildings are safe to occupy and enjoyable to live within and around, the Building Regulations were created as early as the 12th and 13th Century in London. During the past 800 years they have been added to, revised, expanded and influenced by significant events, such as the Great Fire of London (1666). The Building Regulations now control requirements for every factor involved in construction, the most recent being Disabled Access (Part M), Glazing Safety (Part N) and Electrical Safety (Part P).

There are two methods of gaining Building Regulations approval:

The first option is recommended when working with a new and unproven builder, or with complicated or New Build projects. However, if you thoroughly trust your Builder, the latter method can be used. It can save you time by getting the construction under way, very shortly after a Planning Application has been approved.

Last modified: 26 August 2019.