Like many areas throughout the Country, Fylde Borough has a small legacy of industrial activity which may have left an unknown number of sites containing elevated levels of potentially harmful materials and compounds. In certain circumstances these pollutants may present a significant risk of causing significant harm to people or the environment. Fylde Council wishes to…

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Why we are collecting the data

 Fylde Borough Council Building Control provides a number of services which include Building Regulation Approval, Regularisation to existing premises and enforcement to premises which fail to meet Building Regulations. Secondly administrational and enforcement involvement with dangerous structures and demolition is the responsibility of the department. In order to carry out these…

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With the exception of Part P of the Building Regulations (Electrical Safety) being applicable to electrical work in small detached buildings (as defined below) and in all greenhouses, the following are specific buildings and types of work to which the Building Regulations do not apply.

Buildings controlled under other legislation

Please refer to the details below for direct contact information for members of our Building Control Teams. Address:- Fylde Borough Council Building Control Town Hall Lytham St. Anne's FY8 1LW Tel: 01253 658674 Email: buildingcontrol@fylde.gov.uk Chief Building Control Officer Keith Vernon 01253 658679 Email: keithv@fylde.gov.uk

Building Control Area Team

Senior Building Control Officer Ian Walker 01253 658673 Email: ian.walker@fylde.gov.uk
The Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982 empowers Local Authorities to deal with privately owned derelict buildings which have become insecure and open to public access. The Development Services Directorate has responsibility for ensuring that reported derelict and insecure buildings are dealt with so that no threat is posed to people in the vicinity. Once a report…

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An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) provides a rating for the energy efficiency of a building. The ratings are set against standard criteria to enable one building to be compared with another of a similar type. EPCs are similar to the certificates now provided with domestic appliances such as refrigerators and washing machines. They give information…

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