Approved Inspector Building Control Service
Being a Corporate Approved Inspector the primary service we offer is Building Control which essentially consists of plans checking and site inspections of your building works.
If you are unsure of when Building Control approval is required or of the process, then please view the short video animation which explains it for you.
If you are wondering whats included thent he Schedule of Service and Terms & Conditions governing the way in which the service is delivered may be found below.
For your peace of mind, we strongly advise you choose quality designers and contractors using a suitable written contract who can offer you insurance-backed warranty for their work.
All Building Control Certification Limited is fully licensed by the Government (via the Construction Industry Council (CIC) to undertake plan checking, site inspections and issue you building control approvals and completion certification on your project without the need for you to apply to the local council.
We offer free and impartial pre-application advice. All the inspectors and surveyors are professionals that have extensive London experience and the proper skills, knowledge and consultative design team approach to add value and save you money.
If you would like a quote, please download and complete the editable pdf and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once done we will endeavour to provide you with a competitive fee.
First and foremost, being a Corporate Approved Inspector, we offer a statutory Building Control service. If you are unsure of when Building Control approval is required or how the process works watch this helpful video animation which explains it in more detail for you:
The following is generally what is provided as part of fulfilling the Building Control service
What you get for your money - Schedule of Service
All Building Control hereby agrees to provide the following independent building control service to meet the requirements under the Building Act 1984 and current building regulations:
To issue to the client and appropriate local authority an initial notice upon receipt of a completed agreement.
To allocate a suitably qualified Surveyor, Engineer or other suitably qualified individual to the contract.
To check plans and specifications for compliance with building regulations.
To carry out statutory consultations with the Fire Authority and where necessary the Sewage Undertaker/Water Authority.
To issue the client a plans certificate upon request when the plans and details show compliance with current building regulations.
To issue the client information pertaining to the likely inspection regime or required site stage notifications.
To make such visits to the site to advise the contractor of opportunities to comply with building regulations with regard approved inspector performance standards and site inspection regime.
To issue a final certificate to the client and the relevant local authority at satisfactory completion of building works.