Building regulations - building notices
A building notice is more appropriate for minor works, for example minor internal alterations to a domestic property or replacement windows in a domestic property.
A building notice cannot be used for works to a shop, office, hotel, boarding house, workplace, certain types of factory or if a public sewer is within 3 metres of the property.
A building notice allows you to carry out works without the need to prepare full plans. However, you will not have an approved set of plans for a builder to follow and the proposals will not be assessed until a Building Control surveyor makes their first site inspection.Is there anything wrong with this page?