Unfortunately, due to power supply problems in Long Stratton some of our services are not operating as usual.
We are working to restore normal services as soon as possible and apologise for any inconvenience caused.
On 20th March 2013, South Norfolk Council will publish its revised Charging Scheme for Building Control (referred to as the Charging Scheme) prepared under section 3 of the Building (Local Authority Charges) Regulations 2010 on behalf of South Nofolk Council, Broadland District Council, the Borough Council of Kings Lynn and West Norfolk, and the City Council of Norwich.
Under new procedures being introduced on 1st June 2013 Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service will no longer be responding to certain calls originating from automatic fire alarms in offices, shops, factories and other lower life risk premises.
Four Norfolk councils have announced plans to drive forward a new-look building control service responsible for standards and safety in major developments and building projects across an area of over half a million residents and thousands of businesses.
The recent Government announcement to relax planning permission laws for home and business owners to extend their properties does not remove the need for compliance with building regulations says Chief Executive of LABC (Member organisation representing local authority building control departments in England and Wales).
As recent minor amendments to Building Regs Apr13 weren't publicised much we thought we'd give you an overview http://t.co/GPBxfhQx5H