How do I contact Brentwood Council?

How do I contact Brentwood Council?

Call us on 01277 312500 (phone lines are open Monday to Thursday, 8:30am to 5pm and Fridays 8:30am to 4:30pm) or email us at [email protected]. You can also contact us online. To report Housing Tenancy, Council Tax Support and Council Tax Non-compliance fraud telephone: 0800 028 1492.

Do you have to use local authority building control?

The local authority has a general duty to see that building work complies with the building regulations, unless it is under the control of an approved inspector. Only local authorities have the power to enforce standards if things go wrong.

What is the role of local authority building control?

Local authority building control officers or Approved Inspectors will make statutory and routine inspections at various stages during building works; to ensure compliance with the building regulations and other relevant legislation and guidance.

What council is Brentwood under?

Brentwood Borough Council
Home – Brentwood Borough Council.

What is Brentwood famous for?

This has been cited as showing the success of the Metropolitan Green Belt in halting the outward spread of London’s built-up area. Brentwood has a number of public open spaces including King George V Playing Field, Shenfield Common, and two country parks at South Weald and Thorndon.

What council is Shenfield in?

Contact details – Conservators of Shenfield Common – Brentwood Borough Council.

What is the difference between local authority building control and an approved inspector?

The term ‘building control officer’ generally (although not always) refers to an employee of the local authority, whereas ‘approved inspector’ is a private sector individual or organisation.

What stages do building control inspect?

There are several stages of inspection.

  • Commencement (statutory)
  • Foundation excavation.
  • Foundation concrete.
  • Oversite.
  • DPC.
  • Laying of drains.
  • Floor joists.
  • Roof timbers.

Who is responsible for notifying building control?

Registered tradespeople will notify Building Control on your behalf and issue you with a certificate of completion. If you don’t use a registered tradesperson, then you will have to notify Building Control and pay a fee to have the work inspected.

What is the difference between building regs and building control?

The difference between building regulations and building control is this; building regulations are the building standards, and building control is the function of enforcing those standards. It is the job of a Building Control Inspector to assess whether or not a project complies with building regulations.

Is Brentwood in a London borough?

Brentwood, town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Essex, England, just outside the northeastern border of Greater London.

Is Brentwood a rich area?

BRENTWOOD – With its stately brick mansions and Land Rovers in high school parking lots, Brentwood is known for the wealth of its residents. And now, real estate research site Movoto has named the Williamson County municipality as the seventh-richest small city in America.

Who is the leader of Brentwood Borough Council?

The Leader of Brentwood Borough Council, Councillor Chris Hossack, will be holding a virtual surgery for people who live or work in Brentwood on Thursday 26th August 6pm-8pm.

When is the Brentwood business showcase 2018?

Brentwood Borough Council is to host its annual Brentwood Business Showcase with support from gold sponsor Tees and silver sponsor Howe Chartered Surveyors on Wednesday, October 20.

What will happen at Brentwood’s first high streets Conference?

Residents and businesses are invited to Brentwood Borough Council’s first High Streets Conference on January 11 from 7-9pm at the Brentwood Theatre. The event aims to share the vision for the Baytree Centre redevelopment and encourage residents and business owners to ask questions and discuss their views.

What does the borough council do for the community?

Brentwood Borough Council provides an affordable family day out every Friday during the school summer holidays, utilising the Council’s open spaces across the Borough and working directly with local partners and community organisations. Nominate an individual or group who has made a difference to our community during the pandemic.