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Building Regulations applying to electrical and gas installation repairs in dwellings

Posted on: 30 March 2012
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The House of Commons Communities and Local Government Select Committee has published the findings of its inquiry into Building Regulations applying to electrical and gas installation and repairs in dwellings. The parts of the Building Regulations that are of most relevance to this inquiry are Part P, which covers installation work on certain types of fixed electrical installations in both new and existing dwellings, and Part J, which covers the safe installation and use of combustion appliances, including boilers. The Committee wanted to examine these two areas of the Building Regulations in relation to safety in the home, and in particular within the context of DCLG’s current review of the Building Regulations. This is an important area, affecting householders, landlords and business across England. A volume containing the written evidence to the Committee is also available here.

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