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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions about our products and services we offer

General

This information is contained in the guidance document published by the Timber Research and Development Association (TRADA) titled: – ‘Span tables for solid timber members in floors, ceilings and roofs (excluding trussed rafter roofs) for dwellings’, obtainable from:

TRADA Technology Ltd,
Chiltern House
Stocking Lane
Hughenden Valley
High Wycombe
Buckinghamshire
HP14 4ND

Or alternatively technical guidance is given in British Standard BS 8103 Part 3 2009 ‘Structural design of low-rise buildings – Code of practice for timber floors and roofs for housing’, obtainable from:

British Standards Institution
389 Chiswick High Road
London
W4 4AL

Category: Part A - Structure

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Basements require both Planning Permission and Building Regulations approval whether constructed as part of a new property or as a retrofit to an existing property. You will need to consult your Local Authority Planning and Building Control offices
The Basement Information Centre publishes a useful industry guide ‘Basements for dwellings’ on basement design and construction and they can be contacted at the following address:
The Basement Information Centre
Riverside House
4. Meadows Business Park
Station Approach
Blackwater
Camberley
Surrey
GU17 9AB
www.basements.org.uk

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It is possible to build a conservatory on top of an extension provided: -Local Authority Planning Permission has been granted – Local Authority Building Control are content with respect to all the relevant parts of the Building Regulations. Conservatories at first-floor level are not exempt from the Building Regulations.

Category: Part A - Structure
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    Technical

    Part A - Structure

    This information is contained in the guidance document published by the Timber Research and Development Association (TRADA) titled: – ‘Span tables for solid timber members in floors, ceilings and roofs (excluding trussed rafter roofs) for dwellings’, obtainable from:

    TRADA Technology Ltd,
    Chiltern House
    Stocking Lane
    Hughenden Valley
    High Wycombe
    Buckinghamshire
    HP14 4ND

    Or alternatively technical guidance is given in British Standard BS 8103 Part 3 2009 ‘Structural design of low-rise buildings – Code of practice for timber floors and roofs for housing’, obtainable from:

    British Standards Institution
    389 Chiswick High Road
    London
    W4 4AL

    Category: Part A - Structure

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    Basements require both Planning Permission and Building Regulations approval whether constructed as part of a new property or as a retrofit to an existing property. You will need to consult your Local Authority Planning and Building Control offices
    The Basement Information Centre publishes a useful industry guide ‘Basements for dwellings’ on basement design and construction and they can be contacted at the following address:
    The Basement Information Centre
    Riverside House
    4. Meadows Business Park
    Station Approach
    Blackwater
    Camberley
    Surrey
    GU17 9AB
    www.basements.org.uk

    Category: Part A - Structure

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    It is possible to build a conservatory on top of an extension provided: -Local Authority Planning Permission has been granted – Local Authority Building Control are content with respect to all the relevant parts of the Building Regulations. Conservatories at first-floor level are not exempt from the Building Regulations.

    Category: Part A - Structure
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    Part B - Fire Safety

    This information is contained in the guidance document published by the Timber Research and Development Association (TRADA) titled: – ‘Span tables for solid timber members in floors, ceilings and roofs (excluding trussed rafter roofs) for dwellings’, obtainable from:

    TRADA Technology Ltd,
    Chiltern House
    Stocking Lane
    Hughenden Valley
    High Wycombe
    Buckinghamshire
    HP14 4ND

    Or alternatively technical guidance is given in British Standard BS 8103 Part 3 2009 ‘Structural design of low-rise buildings – Code of practice for timber floors and roofs for housing’, obtainable from:

    British Standards Institution
    389 Chiswick High Road
    London
    W4 4AL

    Category: Part A - Structure

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    Basements require both Planning Permission and Building Regulations approval whether constructed as part of a new property or as a retrofit to an existing property. You will need to consult your Local Authority Planning and Building Control offices
    The Basement Information Centre publishes a useful industry guide ‘Basements for dwellings’ on basement design and construction and they can be contacted at the following address:
    The Basement Information Centre
    Riverside House
    4. Meadows Business Park
    Station Approach
    Blackwater
    Camberley
    Surrey
    GU17 9AB
    www.basements.org.uk

    Category: Part A - Structure

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    It is possible to build a conservatory on top of an extension provided: -Local Authority Planning Permission has been granted – Local Authority Building Control are content with respect to all the relevant parts of the Building Regulations. Conservatories at first-floor level are not exempt from the Building Regulations.

    Category: Part A - Structure
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    Part C - Site preparation and resistance to contaminates and moisture

    This information is contained in the guidance document published by the Timber Research and Development Association (TRADA) titled: – ‘Span tables for solid timber members in floors, ceilings and roofs (excluding trussed rafter roofs) for dwellings’, obtainable from:

    TRADA Technology Ltd,
    Chiltern House
    Stocking Lane
    Hughenden Valley
    High Wycombe
    Buckinghamshire
    HP14 4ND

    Or alternatively technical guidance is given in British Standard BS 8103 Part 3 2009 ‘Structural design of low-rise buildings – Code of practice for timber floors and roofs for housing’, obtainable from:

    British Standards Institution
    389 Chiswick High Road
    London
    W4 4AL

    Category: Part A - Structure

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    Basements require both Planning Permission and Building Regulations approval whether constructed as part of a new property or as a retrofit to an existing property. You will need to consult your Local Authority Planning and Building Control offices
    The Basement Information Centre publishes a useful industry guide ‘Basements for dwellings’ on basement design and construction and they can be contacted at the following address:
    The Basement Information Centre
    Riverside House
    4. Meadows Business Park
    Station Approach
    Blackwater
    Camberley
    Surrey
    GU17 9AB
    www.basements.org.uk

    Category: Part A - Structure

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    It is possible to build a conservatory on top of an extension provided: -Local Authority Planning Permission has been granted – Local Authority Building Control are content with respect to all the relevant parts of the Building Regulations. Conservatories at first-floor level are not exempt from the Building Regulations.

    Category: Part A - Structure
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    Part E - Resistance to the passage of sound

    This information is contained in the guidance document published by the Timber Research and Development Association (TRADA) titled: – ‘Span tables for solid timber members in floors, ceilings and roofs (excluding trussed rafter roofs) for dwellings’, obtainable from:

    TRADA Technology Ltd,
    Chiltern House
    Stocking Lane
    Hughenden Valley
    High Wycombe
    Buckinghamshire
    HP14 4ND

    Or alternatively technical guidance is given in British Standard BS 8103 Part 3 2009 ‘Structural design of low-rise buildings – Code of practice for timber floors and roofs for housing’, obtainable from:

    British Standards Institution
    389 Chiswick High Road
    London
    W4 4AL

    Category: Part A - Structure

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    Basements require both Planning Permission and Building Regulations approval whether constructed as part of a new property or as a retrofit to an existing property. You will need to consult your Local Authority Planning and Building Control offices
    The Basement Information Centre publishes a useful industry guide ‘Basements for dwellings’ on basement design and construction and they can be contacted at the following address:
    The Basement Information Centre
    Riverside House
    4. Meadows Business Park
    Station Approach
    Blackwater
    Camberley
    Surrey
    GU17 9AB
    www.basements.org.uk

    Category: Part A - Structure

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    It is possible to build a conservatory on top of an extension provided: -Local Authority Planning Permission has been granted – Local Authority Building Control are content with respect to all the relevant parts of the Building Regulations. Conservatories at first-floor level are not exempt from the Building Regulations.

    Category: Part A - Structure
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    Part G - Sanitation, hot water safety and water efficiency

    This information is contained in the guidance document published by the Timber Research and Development Association (TRADA) titled: – ‘Span tables for solid timber members in floors, ceilings and roofs (excluding trussed rafter roofs) for dwellings’, obtainable from:

    TRADA Technology Ltd,
    Chiltern House
    Stocking Lane
    Hughenden Valley
    High Wycombe
    Buckinghamshire
    HP14 4ND

    Or alternatively technical guidance is given in British Standard BS 8103 Part 3 2009 ‘Structural design of low-rise buildings – Code of practice for timber floors and roofs for housing’, obtainable from:

    British Standards Institution
    389 Chiswick High Road
    London
    W4 4AL

    Category: Part A - Structure

    Leave a Reply

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    Basements require both Planning Permission and Building Regulations approval whether constructed as part of a new property or as a retrofit to an existing property. You will need to consult your Local Authority Planning and Building Control offices
    The Basement Information Centre publishes a useful industry guide ‘Basements for dwellings’ on basement design and construction and they can be contacted at the following address:
    The Basement Information Centre
    Riverside House
    4. Meadows Business Park
    Station Approach
    Blackwater
    Camberley
    Surrey
    GU17 9AB
    www.basements.org.uk

    Category: Part A - Structure

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    It is possible to build a conservatory on top of an extension provided: -Local Authority Planning Permission has been granted – Local Authority Building Control are content with respect to all the relevant parts of the Building Regulations. Conservatories at first-floor level are not exempt from the Building Regulations.

    Category: Part A - Structure
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    Part M - Access to and use of buildings

    This information is contained in the guidance document published by the Timber Research and Development Association (TRADA) titled: – ‘Span tables for solid timber members in floors, ceilings and roofs (excluding trussed rafter roofs) for dwellings’, obtainable from:

    TRADA Technology Ltd,
    Chiltern House
    Stocking Lane
    Hughenden Valley
    High Wycombe
    Buckinghamshire
    HP14 4ND

    Or alternatively technical guidance is given in British Standard BS 8103 Part 3 2009 ‘Structural design of low-rise buildings – Code of practice for timber floors and roofs for housing’, obtainable from:

    British Standards Institution
    389 Chiswick High Road
    London
    W4 4AL

    Category: Part A - Structure

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    Basements require both Planning Permission and Building Regulations approval whether constructed as part of a new property or as a retrofit to an existing property. You will need to consult your Local Authority Planning and Building Control offices
    The Basement Information Centre publishes a useful industry guide ‘Basements for dwellings’ on basement design and construction and they can be contacted at the following address:
    The Basement Information Centre
    Riverside House
    4. Meadows Business Park
    Station Approach
    Blackwater
    Camberley
    Surrey
    GU17 9AB
    www.basements.org.uk

    Category: Part A - Structure

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    It is possible to build a conservatory on top of an extension provided: -Local Authority Planning Permission has been granted – Local Authority Building Control are content with respect to all the relevant parts of the Building Regulations. Conservatories at first-floor level are not exempt from the Building Regulations.

    Category: Part A - Structure
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