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Building Regulation Approval

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"... Regulation Approval - again these are only required if the vendor or some previous owner made changes to the property that are deemed to be structural and so should be inspected by the local borough's Building Control department. These can include changes that have been made inside the property and so did not require planning consent. An example could be where two rooms have been made into one and the wall that was removed was a structural part of the..."
"... that are not required and do not exist. There has been building work that does not require Building Regulation Approval but your solicitor is not familiar with the area's requirements and so asks for documents that are not required and do not exist There has been building work that requires..."
"... not exist There has been building work that requires Building Regulation Approval but the work was carried out before Building Regulation Approval came into force. Your solicitor is not be familiar with when this actually occurred in the area and so asks for documents that do not exist Leasehold..."
"... the building work inspected to confirm that it did match the planning consent that was approved and if so: Was Building Regulation Approval required for the building work and if so: Was the work inspected and Building Regulation Approval given. They may also want to know, however, if..."
"... consent that was approved and if so: Was Building Regulation Approval required for the building work and if so: Was the work inspected and Building Regulation Approval given. They may also want to know, however, if planning consent has been given for something on another property that..."
"... applicable): From the vendor or, if he does not have them, from the local council. Building Regulation Approval (where applicable): From the vendor or, if he does not have them, from the local council. The Lease (Leasehold and Share of Freehold only): From the freeholder or freehold..."
"... been building work that required planning consent but none has been applied for There has been building work that required Building Regulation Approval but the work has not been inspected and there is no certificate Leasehold only: The managing agents are extremely slow to provide service charge..."
"... guarantees he has concerning work that has been carried out on the property Copies of planning consent or Building Regulation Approval if structural changes or additions have been made to the property Leasehold only: Who the managing agents are and who the freeholder is Share of..."
"... but does not have a copy of the planning consent that was given The vendor has carried out building works on the property which required Building Regulation Approval but he has not had the work inspected and so has no certificate The vendor has carried out building works on the property which..."
"... he has not had the work inspected and so has no certificate The vendor has carried out building works on the property which required Building Regulation Approval and has a Building Regulation Approval certificate but cannot find it. - Replying to Further Enquiries - Once your solicitor..."

"... query take a couple of hours off work to get down there and sort it out. What might take weeks can be resolved in an afternoon! - Building Regulation Approval - Unfortunately unlike planning applications, it is not possible to quickly resolve building regulation queries. If however, from..."
"... unlike planning applications, it is not possible to quickly resolve building regulation queries. If however, from the planning application date you can ascertain that the work was carried out before the mid 1980s there is a very good chance Building Regulation Approval did not exist...."

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