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EPIC Jun 1
The governing in the UK have undergone the biggest shake up in over a decade. It's important to understand exactly what the new requirements are in each country and how to comply with them. Read more:
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Business Sprinkler Alliance Jun 1
Competence is key in . chair, Iain Cox, discusses how UK fall way behind European law. The 20,000m2 minimum storage size to install in warehouses is a real issue. Listen to our :
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Danielle Aumord Jun 4
They haven’t even been getting the right post
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National Building Control Office Jun 3
See link for the NBCMP's recently issued Note on TGD F – Part F - Ventilation 2019 - Condensation in Roofs. promoting a with the 's and the
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Bryson Architecture May 29
A small infill extension and loft conversion make a big difference to an unused corner of this bungalow in . Could we help you transform an awkward area of your home?
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Dowling Building Consultancy 20h
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Butler & Young Approved Inspectors Jun 2
Link to the May 2020 amendments to both Volumes 1 and 2 of Approved Document B The supporting Circular Letters can be found here
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Building Innovation Jun 4
In our latest blog we take a look at the expected changes to Part L of the Building Regulations in England and Wales, and what they will mean when installing a roof. Find out more:
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BRCS BuildingControl Jun 4
The Government has made amendments to the Approved Documents – Volume 1 & 2 - These changes will take effect from the 26th November 2020 and where works have started after 29th January 2021.
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Karen Mason 23h
Water is an increasingly precious resource as your doc states. Why do not inc for all new homes & save precious ?
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Cook Brown Building Control Jun 4
The Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government have published the amendments to Approved Document B (Fire Safety) 2019 edition -
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EPIC 21h
The for England is for relevant buildings to have external walls constructed only with materials which achieve a European Classification of A1 or A2-s1, d0 in accordance with BS EN 13501-1:2007+A1:2009. Read more about the UK updates:
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Dowling Building Consultancy 20h
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Wilson Browne Jun 1
Government consults on changes to Energy Performance of Buildings Regulations to implement part of the EPB Directive 2018
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Building Control 16h
We get lots of questions about the building control process - see if our FAQ page solves your question. If not, email us: building_control@bathnes.gov.uk and we'll be glad to help.
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Corgi Fenestration Jun 1
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CE Building Control & Land Charges Service Jun 4
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Cornwall Planning Group May 30
4 Fisherman’s Square is a Grade II Listed cottage in Mousehole. This was a complex refurbishment, but planning permission for a two storey rear extension was secured and designed by us.
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Wilkinson AI 15h
It’s great to have renewed our certification, confirming we have met the pre-qualification requirements for private and public sector tenders.
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Stormking Jun 1
technology & testing are just some two ways we meet when producing our components. Discover the measures we take to give & peace of mind over their installation:
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