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The Building Regulations (England & Wales) 2010

Abbreviation
2010 No. 2214
Valid from
06/09/2010

Information provider
Department of Communities and Local Government - UK
Author
Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG)
Information type
Legislation
Format
Website, PDF


Description

Building Regulations set standards for the design and construction of buildings to ensure the safety and health for people, including those with disabilities in or about those buildings and to help conserve fuel and power.

If you want to put up a new building, extend or alter an existing one, or provide fittings such as drains or heat-producing appliances, the Building Regulations will probably apply. They may also apply if you wish to put an existing building to a different use. Building Regulation approval is completely separate from planning permission. If you get one, it does not mean you will automatically get the other.

Scope

The Building Regulations 2010 cover the construction and extension of buildings and these regulations are supported by Approved Documents. Approved Documents set out detailed practical guidance on compliance with the regulations.

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Description

Building Regulations set standards for the design and construction of buildings to ensure the safety and health for people, including those with disabilities in or about those buildings and to help conserve fuel and power.

If you want to put up a new building, extend or alter an existing one, or provide fittings such as drains or heat-producing appliances, the Building Regulations will probably apply. They may also apply if you wish to put an existing building to a different use. Building Regulation approval is completely separate from planning permission. If you get one, it does not mean you will automatically get the other.

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The Building Regulations (England & Wales) 2010
Description

Building Regulations set standards for the design and construction of buildings to ensure the safety and health for people, including those with disabilities in or about those buildings and to help conserve fuel and power.

If you want to put up a new building, extend or alter an existing one, or provide fittings such as drains or heat-producing appliances, the Building Regulations will probably apply. They may also apply if you wish to put an existing building to a different use. Building Regulation approval is completely separate from planning permission. If you get one, it does not mean you will automatically get the other.

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