Definitions for "Building regulations"
Under the Building Act 1984, these are the laws that control layout and materials used in building. They aim to ensure strength, durability, health and safety.
Designed to uphold the standards of public safety, health, and construction, these regulations are in place and have been formulated by responsible authorities to control the quality of buildings.
The health and safety requirements that any new construction must meet.
See Education (School Premises) Regulations.
Interim versions of Approved Documents for Part F (ventilation) and Part L (energy efficiency) and other supporting material have been published in preparation for the changes to the Building Regulations, coming into effect on 06 April 2006. Refer to ODPM web site. Top of the Page
Most conservatory builds are exempt from building regulations. This article on conservatory building regulations will advise you if you need to follow them, but if in doubt go seek official advice.
Building Control legislation laid down by Acts of Parliament.