Flat & Shop
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External walls in flats
Flats and Maisonettes
Flue, Chimney and Soil or Vent pipes
Local news (local information)
Manhole and drains
Patios, driveways and hardstanding
Satellite dishes, Aerials and Antennae
Solar panel (ground based)
Trees and Hedges
Underpinning and foundations
Windows and Doors (for flats)
Windows and Doors
If you would like to install a roof light or roof window, then Building Regulations are likely to apply for the following reasons:
to install a roof light the roof structure will generally need to be altered to create the opening
the roof will have to be able to carry the load (weight) of the new roof light, if the roof cannot do this, then it will need to be strengthened
any window that is installed will need to prove that it has sufficient insulation against heat loss (i.e. it is energy efficient).
Where a roof light is replaced, Building Regulations approval will be required.
Learn more on the Planning Portal
Flats and maisonettes
Since 1 April 2002 building regulations have applied to all replacement glazing. The regulations apply to thermal performance and other areas such as safety, air supply, means of escape and ventilation.
Getting your job done safely