Adverts and Signs
Air Source Heat Pump
Extensions and additions
Fences, Gates and Garden walls
Flue, Chimney and Soil or Vent pipes
Ground source heat pump
Manhole and drains
Patios, driveways and hardstanding
Paving your front garden (front paving)
Satellite dishes, Aerials and Antennae
Solar panel (ground based)
Solar panels (roof mounted)
Trees and Hedges
Underpinning and foundations
Wind turbines (wall and roof mounted)
Windows and Doors
If you want to carry out repairs to, or to recover, less than 25 per cent of the surface area of a pitched or flat roof you will not normally require Building Regulations approval, unless you carry out any of the following works:
- use a new covering material which increases the weight of the roof covering by 15 per cent or more
- Structural alterations
- use a new covering that will have a significantly different performance to that of the existing covering in the event of a fire.
If you are replacing/repairing more than 25 per cent of the roof area, the thermal insulation to the roof would normally have to be improved so you would need to submit an application.
It is advisable to contact an installer who can provide the necessary advice, preferably one who belongs to the relevant Competent Person Schemes.
Although planning permission is not required, a wildlife licence may be required if the work will affect protected species like bats.
Contact Natural England for advice
Flats and Maisonesttes
Building regulations approval is required to convert a loft or attic into a liveable space.
Learn more on the Planning Portal.
Getting your job done safely.