We issue Completion Certificates to certify that the Council is satisfied that the work complies with the relevant requirements of the Building Regulations, for this reason, it is very important that we are called in to inspect various stages of work as it progresses together with notification of completion as soon as the works are finalised on site.
A Completion Certificate is a valuable document that should be kept safe (preferably with your deeds) as without it you may have difficulty selling your property.
Failure to notify us for a completion inspection may result in us, either not being able to carry out an inspection at a later date or additional fees maybe incurred.
Unfortunately, many people neglect to notify the Council that works are complete. Where, no formal Completion Inspection was made, a Completion Certificate would not have been issued. Often, in the final stages of selling a property, the absence of a Completion Certificate becomes an issue.
I need a copy of my Decision and / or Completion Certificate, how do I get one?
Completion paperwork was initially introduced in 1995 and became standard issue in 2013. Once a satisfactory completion inspection had taken place and all related paperwork had been provided this will be issued
We can supply a copy of documents if issued at a supplementary cost:
- Email Building Control at firstname.lastname@example.org to first determine if the document you require exists.
- You will be advised if the document exists and the cost of obtaining copies
Following this please telephone our Operators on 01785 619340 stating your payment is for ‘copy documents’. Please ensure you provide the application site location and application reference which is to be typed onto the receipt. Request a copy of the receipt via email. Following this forward your receipt and your request to. email@example.com
All requests for copies will be dealt with within 10 working days.
Last Updated: 28/04/2022