Building Regulations for Decking

Building Regulations for Decking in England

Building Regulations should be assumed to apply to every deck structure requiring planning permission. Simply contact your local Building Control.

Decking installations don’t usually require building regulations unless they perform part of the structure of a new build or add to the primary structure of the dwelling.

If you are unsure about whether you are required to comply, you may wish to contact your local Building Control body.

This information is borne out of requesting details from many Building Control offices and applies to commercial and domestic installations.

Building Regulations for Decking in Wales

Building Regulations should be assumed to apply to every deck structure requiring planning permission. Simply contact your local Building Control.

As your decking is treated either as an extension if it is within 5m of the house, or as an outbuilding if it is more than 5m from the house, building regulations will apply accordingly

If you are unsure about whether you are required to comply, you may wish to contact your local Building Control body.

Building Regulations for Decking in Scotland

Building Regulations should be assumed to apply to every deck structure requiring planning permission. Simply contact your local Building Control.

Your decking installation may not require a Building Warrant but shall always comply with Building Regulations

If you are unsure about whether you are required to comply, you may wish to contact your local Building Control body.

 

 

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