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Building Regulations Pocket Book, Edition 2022 (PDF)

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Publisher: Routledge
Author (s): , Ray Tricker, Samantha Alford
Pages: 688
Edition: 2022
Language: English
Size: 125 Mb


The new edition of the Building Regulations Pocket Book has been fully updated with recent changes to the UK Building Regulations and Planning Law. 
Key new updates to this second edition include, but are not limited to: changes to the fire regulations as a result of the Hackitt Review, updates to Approved Document F and L, new Approved Documents covering Overheating (AD-O) and Infrastructure for the charging of electric vehicles (AD-S), amendments to and the reinstatement of the Manual to the Building Regulations.


Content:


Preface
About the authors
Part 1: Background information
1.1 What is the Building Act 1984? 1
1.2 What does the Building Act 1984 contain? 3
1.3 What are the Supplementary Regulations? 3
1.4 What are ‘Approved Documents’? 4
1.5 How are buildings classified? 1 1
1.6 Who polices the Building Act? 12
1.7 How to comply with the Building Regulations? 12
1.8 What are the duties of the Local Authority? 13
1.9 What are the powers of the Local Authority? 13
1.10 What is the Building Regulations Advisory Committee’? 13
1.11 Who are Approved Inspectors? 14
1.12 Does the Fire Authority have any say in Building Regulations? 14
1.13 What Notices and Certificates are required? 14
1.14 Are there any exemptions to the Building Regulations? 16
1.15 Can appeals be made against a Local Authority’s ruling? 17
1.16 What about dangerous buildings? 19
1.17 What about defective buildings? 21
1.18 What are the rights of the owner or occupier of the premises? 22
Part 2: Requirements for Planning Permission and
Building Regulations approval 23
2.1 Introduction 23
2.2 Additional storeys /extending upwards 24
2.3 Advertising and signs 26
2.4 Aerials, satellite dishes and flagpoles 27
2.5 Basements 29
2.6 Biomass-Juelled appliances 30
2.7 Ceilings and floors 31
2.8 Central heating and boilers 32
2.9 Change of use 33
2.10 Conservatories 39
2.11 Conversions 40
2.12 Decoration and repairs inside and outside a building 43
2 .1 3 Demolition 45
2.14 Doors and windows 46
2.15 Drains and sewers 48
2.16 Electrical work in the home and garden 48
2.17 Extensions 49
2.18 External walls 52
2.19 Fascias 53
2.20 Fences, gates and garden walls 53
2.21 Flats and maisonettes 54
2.22 Flues, chimneys and soil and vent pipes 57
2.23 Fuel tanks 58
2.24 Garages and carports 59
2.25 Hard standing for cars, caravans and boats 60
2.26 Heat pumps 61
2.27 Hedges 63
2.28 Home energy generation 64
2.29 Hydroelectricity 64
2.30 Insulation 64
2.31 Internal walls 65
2.32 Kitchens and bathrooms 65
2.33 Loft conversions 66
2 .34 Micro combined heat and power Microgeneration Certification Scheme 67
2.35 jXew homes and self-build homes 67
2.36 Outbuildings 67
2.37 Patios, decking and driveways 69
2.38 Paving your front garden 71
2.39 Plumbing 71
2.40 Porches 72
2.41 Roofs 72
2.42 Security lighting 73
2.43 Shops 74
2.44 Solar panels 75
2.45 Structural alterations - inside 80
2.46 Swimming pools 80
2.47 Trees 80
2.48 Underpinning 81
2.49 Warehouses and industrial buildings 81
2.50 WW turbines 82
2.5 1 Working from home 86
Part 3: Requirements of the Approved Documents 87
3.1 Introduction 87
3.2 A - Structure 89
3.3 B - Fire safety: Volume 1: Dwellings and
Volume 2: Buildings other than dwellings 90
3.4 C - Site preparation and resistance to contaminants and moisture 95
3.5 D - Toxic substances 98
3.6 E - Resistance to the passage of sound 98
3.7 F- Ventilation 101
3.8 G - Sanitation, hot water safety and water efficiency 102
3.9 H - Drainage and waste disposal 107
3.10 J - Combustion appliances and fuel storage systems 115
3.11 K- Protection from falling, collision and impact 119
3.12 L - Conservation of fuel and power: Volume 1: Dwellings and Volume 2: Buildings other than dwellings 124
3 . 1 3 M- Access to and use of buildings: Volume 1 : Dwellings and Volume 2: Buildings other than dwellings 127
3.14 0 - Overheating 131
3.15 P - Electrical safety: Design and installation of electrical installations 132
3.16 Q - Security in dwellings 133
3.17 R - High-speed electronic communications networks 134
3.18 5- Infrastructure for the charging of electric vehicles 136
3.19 Regulation 7 - Materials and workmanship 141
Part 4: Meeting the requirements of the Building Regulations 143
4.1 Introduction 143
4.2 Foundations 145
4.3 Ventilation 159
4.4 Drainage 196
4.5 Cellars and basements 225
4.6 Floors 233
4.7 Walls 273
4.8 Ceilings 332
4.9 Roofs 348
4.10 Chimneys and fireplaces 375
4.11 Stairs 394
4.12 Windows 427
4.1 3 Doors 450
4.14 Access routes 485
4.15 Corridors and passageways 505
4.16 Sanitary accommodation, bathrooms and showers 518
4.17 Electrical safety 538
4.18 Combustion appliances 566
4.19 Hot water storage 574
4.20 Liquid fuel storage 580
4.21 Kitchens and utility rooms 586
4.22 Loft conversions 597
4.23 Extensions and additions to buildings 603
4.24 Conservatories 615
Acronyms 625
Bibliography 627
Appendix - Other books associated with Building Regulations 641
Index 652

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Tommy
Tommy
03/02/2023
An excellent self-study book.
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