King's College Hospital, London
Works: 4-storey Extensions
The building is a 4-storey infill extension to King’s College Hospital. Built in modular construction with flat panel exteriorRead more
Building Regulations Approval is a mandatory process which must be gained through an independent third party. The incorporation of Bespoke Building Control into the design process of any scheme will greatly enhance the designer’s confidence that the project will comply with the Building Regulations and associated legislation.
Bespoke Building Control can also provide ongoing support and advice on the full range of building and fire safety legislation, ensuring that the client receives the best possible and most cost effective solutions to their property needs throughout the entire life cycle of the building.
The role of the Approved Inspector within the majority of projects can be split into 3 key stages: the design inception stage; the working drawing/plan assessment stage; and the construction/site inspection stage. Outlined below are the services provided by Bespoke Building Control within each of these stages.
This stage can be pre/post-planning or pre/post-tendering.
This stage encompasses the formal application procedure and a submission of working drawings.
Following project completion we will assist with any issues relating to fire risk assessment, DDA audit or licensing legislation.