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If build up some extension with no planning permision becoise hits criteria and permision not required do i need building regulation cerificate when job finish.
In my case its not gonna be real extension just timber constriction to keep my bikes, garden stuff etc.

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Hi kaminski I'm Andy from A2Z build and fix.
From your description you do not need building regs. However any structure attached to main residence that has full height walls no matter what its constructed will require building regs and a certificate of completion otherwise it may affect the any future sale of your property. For further confirmation contact your local building control

2019-06-08T18:10:02+01:00

Answered 8th Jun 2019

No but it would add value to your home if you want to sell with out the certificate it would be like it not there,

Hope this help

2019-06-08T18:10:02+01:00

Answered 8th Jun 2019

If it’s of timber construction it’s classed as temporary structure therefore you do not require building regs certificate.

2019-06-08T18:10:02+01:00

Answered 8th Jun 2019

If it isn't attached to the house no as it isn't a permanent building and if it's only a shed for storage no anything other then be safe and ask local authorities

2019-06-08T18:10:02+01:00

Answered 8th Jun 2019

If it is attached to the property and is enclosed on at least 3 sides it will require Building Regulations approval. It will need to be inspected as the project progresses and a certificate issued at the end.
If it were closed on 2 side and open say front and back it would be treated as a car port which is exempt.

2019-06-10T15:05:02+01:00

Answered 10th Jun 2019

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