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9 - None: no testing of the pile type on the building location or in similar soil conditions in the immediate vicinity of the site.

Piling works may cause concern to local residents and noise complaints to the Council. 9 - None: no testing of the pile type on the building location or in similar soil conditions in the immediate vicinity of the site.

Building regulations contain the rules for building work in new and altered buildings to make them safe and . Local authorities must still publicise when they make a new (or replacement or amended) charging scheme in their areas at least 7 days before it comes into force.

People carrying out building work must usually arrange for their work to be checked by an independent third party to make sure that their work meets the required standards. Guidance for building control bodies.

Britain's local authorities, a clear and simple guide to the systems of local . Local government or administration in England : the Local Authorities. London, with its Greater London Authority (GLA), chaired by the Mayor, is a unique case

Britain's local authorities, a clear and simple guide to the systems of local government and administration in Britain. On the face of it, the territorial administration of England seems extremely complex; but in reality it is fairly simple compared to that of many countries. London, with its Greater London Authority (GLA), chaired by the Mayor, is a unique case. It is the only large urban area with two tiers of administration. In London, the administration of public services is split between the GLA and borough councils.

Historic buildings have been defined as statutorily listed buildings; unlisted .

Historic buildings have been defined as statutorily listed buildings; unlisted buildings in Conservation Areas, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and National. Parks; and locally listed buildings of architectural or historic interest. This Note provides guidance on preventative measures, first aid and other ways to minimise flood damage.

How much do building regulations cost? Charges for building regulations approval can vary

Full Plans Application: A full plans application contains plans and any other information that demonstrates construction details, in advance of when the work is due to start. For a building notice the local authority is not required to issue a completion certificate. Approved Inspector Building Control Service. How much do building regulations cost? Charges for building regulations approval can vary. The charges are based on the type of project, floor area, new build, renovation and cost which varies from one local authority to another.

Building regulations approval is required for most building work in the U. Enforcement is by the local fire authority

Building regulations approval is required for most building work in the UK. Building regulations that apply across England and Wales are set out in the Building Act 1984 while those that apply across Scotland are set out in the Building (Scotland) Act 2003. Requires buildings to be built in a way ensuring no collapse will occur disproportionately to its cause. Enforcement is by the local fire authority.

HEALTH BUILDING NOTE 18 Office accommodation in health buildings 1991 .

See ‘Capricode Health Building Procedures’ issued with HN(86)32 in October 1986 - in Wales WHC(86)62).

Building Maintenance Direct Labour Organisations. The local management of schools: a note to local education authorities. Audit Commission for Local Authorities in England and Wales.

The Building Notice procedure is intended for minor works. Do I have to use the local authority building control department?

The Building Notice procedure is intended for minor works. Please note: Building Notice cannot be used for a house fronting onto a private road or built over or within three metres of a public sewer. After submitting, you may be asked for the plans of the work or calculations to show that the regulations are being complied with, or plans for work that is not straightforward. Do I have to use the local authority building control department?