Our building regulation drawings will help you with the Building Regulation Approval to get your dream extension, ensuring compliance and providing clarity for your application to Building Control.
After receiving your planning permission for the type of extension you are looking for, be it single, double-storey, or loft extension, you can start your Building Control application for the extension approval.
The Local Government regulation rules establish construction standards for design and building work on alterations to existing properties and new builds. These regulations aim to ensure the health and safety of individuals in and around public and private buildings.
happinest has the experience and knowledge to create building regulation drawings for your extension proposal, to comply seamlessly with UK building regulations.
The legislation governing these regulations is constantly evolving and becoming increasingly complex. That’s where we come in, from the smallest project to the most complicated large-scale development, our building regulation drawings are made to pass these rigorous standards.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
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Happinest offers building planning drawing services tailored to your local building regulations. Our team provides precise and compliant drawings necessary for project approval.
By focusing on local standards, we ensure your building project, whether new construction or renovation, meets all regulatory requirements. Our team provides you with the support you need.
The majority of small extensions, improvements or knock-throughs will need to comply with the building regulations. This is also required, even when planning permission isn’t. This is where Happinest comes in, we can give you the correct advice.
For any domestic projects, there are different routes you can take. You could complete a building control application, complete full plans and regularisation application for retrospective works. Get in touch with Happinest today for more information regarding building regulation plans.
Many small home improvement projects will not require building regulation plans, this includes putting up sheds, porches or car ports.
The general rule is that if the project is smaller than 30m2, built of non-combustable material, are separated from nearby buildings or land and don’t contain sleeping accommodation, it is unlikely that building regulations will be required.
Are you looking for more information regarding building regulation plans? Head over to the Happinest website today.
Building regulations set standards for the design and construction of buildings to ensure that the health and safety of the occupants is adequate. On the other hand, planning permission is concerned with the way the nearby area is developed. This includes the building appearance, landscaping considerations, access to roads and the impact that the build will have on the general environment.