Regularisation is getting approval for building work after you’ve had it done.
This means checking that the work meets the building regulations.
It can be more disruptive and expensive than getting approval before doing work. It is against the law to do building work that doesn’t meet the building regulations.
Types of work that need regularisation
This is the same as work that needs building control approval.
Sell your house
You may find it hard to sell your house if you have done building work without approval.
A certificate of regularisation shows that your property meets the building regulations.
Where to get approval for completed building work
Only we can approve building work after it has been completed, not approved inspectors.
There is a fee for applying for a certificate of regularisation.
Find the fee you will pay in the scheme of charges.
To apply for a certificate of regularisation, complete the building control form.
If you have any questions, contact us:
- Phone 0207 974 6941
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org.