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Building (Prescribed Fees) (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2013

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Regulation 12

SCHEDULE 1Fees for one or more small domestic buildings

Type approval fee

1.  The fee payable in respect of an application for a type approval for one or more dwelling types shall be 300% of the sums calculated by reference to Table 1.

Plan fee

2.—(1) Where a plan fee is payable in respect of the erection of one or more small domestic buildings shown on the deposited plans the plan fee payable for that building or those buildings is the total of the sums calculated by reference to Tables 1 and 2; or

(2) Where a plan fee is payable in respect of the erection of a dwelling or dwellings shown on the deposited plans and for which a type approval certificate has been given the plan fee payable for that dwelling or dwellings is 50% of the total of the sums calculated by reference to Tables 1 and 2.

Inspection fee

3.  The inspection fee payable in respect of the erection of one or more small domestic buildings is the sum calculated by reference to Table 3.

Regularisation fee

4.  The regularisation fee payable in respect of the erection of one or more small domestic buildings is an amount equal to 120 per cent of the total of the plan fee and the inspection fee which would be payable in accordance with Tables 1, 2 and 3 if plans for the carrying out of that work had been deposited, at the time of the application for regularisation, in accordance with the principal regulations.

Interpretation

5.—(1) In Table 1, two or more dwellings shall be regarded as being of one type if they are identical in design or if they are so similar that a separate consideration of the plans of those dwellings is not necessary.

(2) The reference in the heading to column (1) of Tables 2 and 3 is a reference to the total number of dwellings in the building or buildings.

Table 1 to Schedule 1 — Regulation 12

Dwelling type plan fee

Number of dwelling

plan types

(1)

Dwelling type plan fee

(2)

£

190
2168
3246
4324
5402
6480
7558
8636
9714
10792
11867
12942
131,017
141,092
151,167
161,242
171,317
181,392
191,467
201,542

Thereafter for each

additional plan type

70

Table 2 to Schedule 1 — Regulation 12

Multiple dwelling additional fee

Number of dwellings

(1)

Additional fee

(2)

£

1-
248
396
4144
5192
6228
7264
8300
9336
10372
11394
12416
13438
14460
15482
16502
17522
18542
19562
20582

Thereafter for each

additional dwelling

12

Table 3 to Schedule 1 — Regulation 12

Inspection fee

Number of dwellings

(1)

Inspection fee

(2)

£

1210
2408
3606
4804
51,002
61,177
71,352
81,527
91,702
101,877
112,017
122,157
132,297
142,437
152,577
162,687
172,797
182,907
193,017
203,127

Thereafter for each

additional dwelling

110

Regulation 13

SCHEDULE 2Fees for certain small buildings, extensions and alterations

Fees

1.  For any type of work specified in column (1) of the Table —

(a)the plan fee payable shall be the amount shown in column (2) of the Table in relation to that type of work;

(b)the inspection fee payable shall be the amount, if any, shown in column (3) of the Table in relation to that type of work;

(c)the building notice fee payable shall be the amount shown in column (4) of the Table in relation to that type of work; and

(d)the regularisation fee payable shall be the amount shown in column (5) of the Table in relation to that type of work.

Interpretation

2.—(1) Where the work in question comprises or includes the erection of more than one extension to a building used or intended to be used for the purposes of a single private dwelling, the total floor areas of all such extensions may, at the election of the person who intends to carry out works, be aggregated in determining the fee payable in accordance with the Table.

(2) In the Table—

(a)a reference to an “extension” is a reference to an extension which has no more than three storeys, each basement level counting as one storey; and

(b)a dwelling includes a reference to a building consisting of any garage or carport or both which is occupied in common with that dwelling.

3.  Where the work in question comprises any combination of “Type of work” identified in column (1) items 2, 7 or 8 of the Table and where the installation is not part of a larger project only one plan fee, building notice fee or regularisation fee shall be payable. If the combination of “Type of Work” does not include work identified in column (1) item 8 the amount payable shall be the relevant amount shown in columns (2), (4) or (5) of item 7 otherwise the amount payable shall be the relevant amount shown in columns (2), (4) or (5) of item 8.

Table to Schedule 2 — Regulation 13

Fees for certain small buildings, extensions and alterations

(a)

regulation 9, the Building Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2012 identifies work for which a Building Notice may not be given.

Type of workAmount of plan feeAmount of inspection feeAmount of building notice feeAmount of regularisation fee
(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)
££££

1. Erection of a detached building which consists of a garage or carport or both having a floor area not exceeding 40m2 in total and intended to be used in common with an existing building, and which is not a building specified in Schedule 2 to the principal regulations.

84--100.80

2. Installation of an unvented hot water storage system in accordance with regulation 88 of the principal regulations, where the installation is not part of a larger project and where the district council carries out an inspection.

60-6072

3. Any extension of a dwelling (not falling within entry 6) the total floor area of which does not exceed 20m2, including means of access and work in connection with that extension.(a)

120-120144

4. Any extension of a dwelling (not falling within entry 6) the total floor area of which exceeds 20m2 but does not exceed 40m2, including means of access and work in connection with that extension.

60120-216

5. Any extension of a dwelling (not falling within entry 6) the total floor area of which exceeds 40m2 but does not exceed 60m2, including means of access and work in connection with that extension.

72144-259.20

6. Any extension or alteration of a dwelling consisting of the provision of one or more rooms in the roof space, including means of access(a).

72144216259.20

7. Replacement of an existing combustion appliance in a dwelling and which is not exempt by regulation 9(4)(a) of the principal regulations from the requirement to give notice.

72-7286.40

8. Installation or extension of a heating system in a dwelling.

120-120144

9. Installation of a microgeneration technology in or on an existing dwelling.

120-120144

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