building warrant

building warrant

in Scotland, a document authorizing certain building work. Almost all building work requires to be approved by the appropriate authority and a building warrant obtained. Failure to have such a warrant can mean the building is demolished; those involved in conveyancing are thus often concerned to see that any work has been so authorized. A completion certificate is issued when the work is done in conformity.
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02 Contract Notice: Due to the expansion of Section 34 of the Building (Scotland) Act 2003 and the associated guidance from Scottish Government regarding verification of fire engineered proposals, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Moray and Highland Councils (hereafter known as the Councils) seek to employ the services of a Consultant Fire Engineer to carry out appraisals of Fire Engineered solutions submitted in connection with Building Warrant applications.
It is always safest to contact your local planning department and talk over with them what a building warrant is needed.
Next, you need to apply for a building warrant from Building Control.
You need to apply for a building warrant from your local authority by submitting drawings showing the existing layout and the proposed layout with the door.
The manager said the age and condition of the building warrant such an extensive effort, and all the work will be done at WPI's expense.
You apply for a building warrant from your local council to do building work and any electrical work done under the warrant must be checked by the council or an 'approved certifier' (a registered installer).
They had bought the plot of land and had been given planning permission and a building warrant.
Lastly - and critical to the perceived benefits of the project - the team created a public-facing portal to provide citizens and building professionals with online access to all the information on planning and building warrant applications, the infrastructure to allow for the submission of applications over the web and the ability to buy Property Enquiry Certificates online.
You need roof vents installed and I'm surprised you got a building warrant for this.
They can ensure sufficient support is in place and advise on getting a building warrant.
MISS L WATFORD, ASTART by getting drawings of the proposed alteration from an architect, surveyor or architectural engineer, then submit them and a building warrant application to the council.

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