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The Building Regulations 2010

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Particulars and plans where a building notice is given

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13.  (1)  A building notice shall state the name and address of the person intending to carry out the work and shall be signed by that person or on that person’s behalf, and shall contain or be accompanied by—

(a)a statement that it is given for the purpose of regulation 12(2)(a);

(b)a description of the proposed building work, renovation or replacement of a thermal element, change to the building’s energy status or material change of use; and

(c)particulars of the location of the building to which the proposal relates and the use or intended use of that building.

(2) In the case of the erection or extension of a building, a building notice shall be accompanied by—

(a)a plan to a scale of not less than 1:1250 showing—

(i)the size and position of the building, or the building as extended, and its relationship to adjoining boundaries;

(ii)the boundaries of the curtilage of the building, or the building as extended, and the size, position and use of every other building or proposed building within that curtilage;

(iii)the width and position of any street on or within the boundaries of the curtilage of the building or the building as extended;

(b)a statement specifying the number of storeys (each basement level being counted as one storey), in the building to which the proposal relates; and

(c)particulars of—

(i)the provision to be made for the drainage of the building or extension; and

(ii)the steps to be taken to comply with any local enactment which applies.

(3) Where a building notice has been given, a person carrying out building work, renovation or replacement of a thermal element, change to the building’s energy status or making a material change of use shall give the local authority, within such time as they specify, such plans as are, in the particular case, necessary for the discharge of their functions in relation to building regulations and are specified by them in writing.

(4) Neither a building notice nor plans which accompany it or are given under paragraph (3) are to be treated for the purposes of section 16 of the Act as having been deposited in accordance with building regulations.

(5) A building notice shall cease to have effect on the expiry of three years from the date on which that notice was given to the local authority, unless before the expiry of that period—

(a)the building work to which the notice related was commenced; or

(b)the change to the building’s energy status or the material change of use described in the notice was made.

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