Why do I need Building Regulations?
when doing an extension or building a house it will require approval under the Building Act, known as the Building Regulations.
A building regulation submission is therefore required to demonstrate that the proposed works meet structural, environmental, thermal, fire, health and safety considerations contained within the Building Act.
What are building regulations?
Building regulations are a set of minimal standards to be designed and constructed on any building to ensure the health and safety of those who will use the building.
What are building regulation drawings?
Building regulation drawings will include construction information for the walls, roof and floor, size of windows, amount and type of insulation used, drainage, lighting, sockets, just to name a few.
What is the difference between building regulations and planning permission?
Building regulations and planning permission are two separate form of drawings.
Building regulations involve the construction of the building and how the building will be used.
Planning permission involve the use of land and appearance of building to see whether there is any impact on the environment.