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The Building Regulations 2010

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Sound insulation testing

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41.—(1) Subject to paragraph (4) below, this regulation applies to—

(a)building work in relation to which paragraph El of Schedule 1 imposes a requirement; and

(b)work which is required to be carried out to a building to ensure that it complies with paragraph E1 of Schedule 1 by virtue of regulation 6(1)(f) or 6(2)(b).

(2) Where this regulation applies, the person carrying out the work shall, for the purpose of ensuring compliance with paragraph El of Schedule 1—

(a)ensure that appropriate sound insulation testing is carried out in accordance with a procedure approved by the Secretary of State; and

(b)give a copy of the results of the testing referred to in sub-paragraph (a) to the local authority.

(3) The results of the testing referred to in paragraph (2)(a) shall be—

(a)recorded in a manner approved by the Secretary of State; and

(b)given to the local authority in accordance with paragraph (2)(b) not later than the date on which the notice required by regulation 16(4) is given.

(4) Where building work consists of the erection of a dwelling-house or a building containing flats, this regulation does not apply to any part of the building in relation to which the person carrying out the building work notifies the local authority, not later than the date on which notice of commencement of the work is given under regulation 16(1), that, for the purpose of achieving compliance of the work with paragraph E1 of Schedule 1, the person is using one or more design details approved by Robust Details Limited(1), provided that—

(a)the notification specifies—

(i)the part or parts of the building in respect of which the person is using the design detail;

(ii)the design detail concerned; and

(iii)the unique number issued by Robust Details Limited in respect of the specified use of that design detail; and

(b)the building work carried out in respect of the part or parts of the building identified in the notification is in accordance with the design detail specified in the notification.

(1)

A company formed and registered under the Companies Acts with the registration number 04980223.

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