Building control inspection

Once an application has been formally accepted, work may commence after 48 hours.

The following inspections are applicable to most extensions and new builds – to discuss your individual inspection regime for your project please contact us as below
• Commencement and Building Line
• Excavation for foundations
• Concrete foundations
• Oversite concrete
• Damp proof course
• Drains or sewers before backfill
• Drains or sewers after backfill
• Soil pipes on test
• Occupation of building
• Final completion

Once site visits are underway the site officer will discuss on site the next required stage visit

If in the unlikely event something goes wrong with your build we will follow the ISO 9001:2015 LABC Quality Management System Enforcement policy in order to seek compliance.

A copy of this document can be requested by either telephone or email as below

 The Party Wall etc. Act 1996 provides a framework for preventing disputes which may arise between neighbouring owners, in relation to the construction and repair of party walls, boundary walls and excavations near neighbouring buildings. If you intend to carry out work which involves:

  • work on an existing wall shared with another property
  • building on the boundary with a neighbouring property
  • excavating near a neighbouring building

You must give the adjoining owners notice of your intentions in a way that is set down in the Act. Adjoining owners can agree or disagree with what is proposed. Where there is a disagreement the Act provides for the resolution of disputes.

You may need to employ your own private surveyor to fulfil the duties as this is not enforceable by building control.

Please visit the following Planning Portal website page for further information.

For further information, please contact us:

Last updated: 26 August 2021 06:10:30