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Inspection protocol during November 2020 Covid 19 Lockdown

November 4, 2020

CNC Building Control remains open and undertaking inspections during the Coronavirus Pandemic and the November Government Lockdown. Procedure when booking an inspection At the time of booking homeowners/contractors will be asked to confirm that there is no one on site who is self-isolating due to COVID 19 symptoms or is shielding or in a vulnerable...

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Building Control Fee Increase 2020

October 1, 2020

To continue to provide the best quality and value for money building control service we have revised our standard charges. The new charges will apply to all quotes from the 16th November 2020. Quotes provided before 15th November 2020 will be valid until 31st January 2021. You can use our online service at www.cncbuildingcontrol.gov.uk to obtain...

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COVID19 – Updated Completion Inspection Protocol

August 4, 2020

CNC Building Control remains open and has been undertaking our statutory function during the Coronavirus Pandemic. In line with Government recommendations and the easing of “Lockdown” we are now able to undertake completion inspections on occupied properties.  At the time of booking homeowners will be asked to confirm that there is no one on site...

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Covid 19 Update

June 29, 2020

CNC Building Control remains open and undertaking our statutory function during these very challenging times. Please note, however,  that our offices in both Long Stratton and Wisbech remain, in line with Government recommendations, unstaffed and so we are therefore unable to accept ‘drop in calls’.    If you would like to speak to a Building...

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CNC Site Inspection Policy – Covid 19 latest Update

March 20, 2020

CNC Building Control remains open and appropriately staffed to ensure that our statutory function continues during these very challenging times.  However, we will only continue to undertake the following inspections in line with the latest guidance for protection for both themselves, and the public,  against Covid 19. Below is a list of inspection type we...

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Sound Advice on Approved Document E – Free CPD Seminar

January 6, 2020

CNC Building Control, as part of their 2020 CPD programme, are offering a free seminar on “Acoustics and Approved Document E”.   The presentation is being delivered by Adrian James, Director of Adrian James Acoustics. This presentation is designed for Architects, Builders and Specifiers and will cover :- * Aims of Approved Document E * How...

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CNC Supporting Local Companies

October 22, 2019

South Norfolk Council & Broadland District Council, as part of their collaboration, have launched a business awards campaign to celebrate the economic success of the district and CNC Building Control are proud to be sponsoring the “New Business” Award. Building on the success of the 2019 South Norfolk Business Awards they will celebrate the excellence,...

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Condensation in the Roofspace – Free CPD Seminar on 7th November 2019

October 7, 2019

CNC Building Control, as part of their 2019 CPD programme, are offering a free seminar on “Condensation in the Roofspace”.   The presentation is being delivered by Tom Tye, Regional Manager, of  the Proctor Group. This presentation is designed for Architects, Builders and Specifiers and discusses the requirements for breather membranes, air barriers and vapour control...

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Introduction to Passive Fire Protection – Free CPD Seminar

August 8, 2019

As part of our 2019 CPD programme of events, we at CNC Building Control, are offering another FREE CPD seminar.   This seminar, which is being held at two locations on Thursday, 26th September, is  an introduction to ‘Passive Fire Protection’.  The presentation is being delivered by a leading designer and manufacturer of passive fire protection products,...

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Approved Inspector Reversions

July 1, 2019

Some Approved Inspectors have recently been unable to obtain the required insurance cover, you can check the status of insurance for any Approved Inspector by following this link to the CICAIR website – https://www.cicair.org.uk/ What does this mean to you?   Without insurance an Approved Inspector is unable to carry out their building control functions...

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