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Building Control in Camden

Meeting the requirements of the building regulations is the responsibility of the owner of the building or the person carrying out the construction work. This is where building inspectors come to our rescue. A lot of contractors and builders seem to look at building inspector as their personal enemy though. If they are doing a shabby work with substandard materials, then they have something to worry about. Building inspectors are often trained engineers or architects and have expertise in all sorts of building works. They use local building codes, building control and building regulations to judge how your contractor is performing the work on your house.

Building regulations set minimum standards for the design and construction of buildings to ensure the safety and health for occupants of those buildings. They also include requirements to ensure facilities are approved for all people, including those with disabilities, to access and move around effortlessly inside buildings, and that the fuel and power is conserved efficiently. Building inspector will inspect your construction at different periods throughout the process and in the end he will sign off on the project when it’s up to the mark.

All domestic extensions like kitchen, attic, office fitout or any construction job requires a building permit and if you are not sure, check with the local building regulations department. Moreover, SBEM (Simplified Building Energy Model) assessment provides a set of building standards to which the new building or extensions should be built in order to ensure it complies with building regulations in terms of its energy efficiency. Approved inspectors work with everyone, from domestic clients to the largest construction and infrastructure projects in your vicinity. Look for the best firm in Camden that can help in SAP calculations, SBEM calculations, district surveyors services, and with reasonable building control fees.