Welsh Building Regulations

Welsh building regulations

Today marks a major change for the construction industry in Wales with the launch of the Approved Documents L to the Building Regulations for Wales (ADL 2014). The headline 20% uplift for new non-domestic properties is markedly tougher than that Read the rest

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New Welsh Part L 2014 – Retrofit, Material Changes of Use and Extensions

Welsh building regulations

The third of three blogs on the new Welsh Part L 2014 Building Regulations. This one is about retrofit, material changes of use and extensions.

The Welsh Part L 2013/14 Approved Documents should be implemented from 31st July 2014. At … Read the rest

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New Welsh Part L 2014 – Non-Domestic Buildings changes

Welsh building regulations The second of three blogs on the new Welsh Part L 2014 Building Regulations. This one is about the changes affecting non-domestic new build.

The new Welsh Part L Approved Documents will be implemented from 31st July 2014. For non-domestic … Read the rest

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New Welsh Part L 2014 – Domestic New Buildings

Welsh building regulations The first of three blogs on the new Welsh Part L 2014 Building Regulations. This one is about the changes affecting domestic new build.

The Welsh Government announced changes to the 2014 Building Regulations in Wales at a couple of … Read the rest

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Not such a bold step after all…

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The Welsh New Build consultation proposals considered earlier this year were a bold step forward  towards low / zero carbon housing.  The decided upon level announced by Carl Sargeant, Minister for Housing and Regeneration on 17th July has Read the rest

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Welsh Part L consultation – Domestic new build proposals

Welsh Flag The Welsh New Build proposals are a bold step when seen next to the English consultation proposals for 2013.

They are however also a slow one if you consider the last improvements were October 2010 and that the next interim … Read the rest

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