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Building control online application form

This form is for applications of all types, including requesting quotes.

Alternatively you can download an application form and apply by post or email.

The Building Act 1984, The Building Regulation 2010 (as amended), The Building (Local Authority Charges) Regulations 2010 and The Building (Electronic Communications) Order 2008.

Application type
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If you know the application type and are familiar with the system please select from drop down list, if you are unsure please select "Don't know", complete the form and we will select the correct application type for you and confirm this at acknowledgement stage.

Your Contact Details

These details will be used for all correspondence relating to this application/quote.

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Full Name required

Email address required so we can contact you quickly if required

Telephone number allows up to contact you quickly,

we do not freely share these or use them for marketing.

Address *
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An agent is where you are using an architect/draughtman to deal with the paperwork for you, all letters and question will be directed in the first instance to this person.

Applicant's details

Please provide the following information about the applicant on whose behalf you are acting.

Address *
Location of building to which work relates

Please tell us the location of the building to which this work relates.

Proposed work

Please enter a meaningful description of the works to be carried out.

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This needs to be as accurate as possible description of the proposed, as this text will appear on any completion certificate issued, an accurate description ensure all parties are aware of what is covered particularly relevant when the property is sold.

Date of completion * / /
Date of commencement * / /
Date of proposed commencement (if known) / /
Proposed Work

Please enter a meaningful description of the works to be carried out

Date of completion * / /
Date of commencement * / /
Date of proposed commencement (if known) / /
Proposed Work

Please enter a meaningful description of the works to be carried out

Date of completion * / /
Date of commencement * / /
Date of proposed commencement (if known) / /
Proposed Work

Please enter a meaningful description of the works to be carried out

Date of completion * / /
Date of commencement * / /
Date of proposed commencement (if known) / /
Proposed Work

Please enter a meaningful description of the works to be carried out

Date of completion * / /
Date of commencement * / /
Date of proposed commencement (if known) / /
Application Information
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This applies to all building including domestic premises except those that consist of a house which is occupied as a single family dwelling only.

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For further incormation on the Competent Persons Scheme please visit www.gov.uk/building-regulations-competent-person-schemes/overview

Application Information
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This applies to all building including domestic premises except those that consist of a house which is occupied as a single family dwelling only.

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For further incormation on the Competent Persons Scheme please visit www.gov.uk/building-regulations-competent-person-schemes/overview

Application Information
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This applies to all building including domestic premises except those that consist of a house which is occupied as a single family dwelling only.

Application information
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Please enter the existing and proposed  use of the building, if unsure select other and a text box will appear for you to type into.

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This applies to all building including domestic premises except those that consist of a house which is occupied as a single family dwelling only.

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Section 16 of the Building Act 1984 provides for the passing of plans subject to conditions. The conditions may specify modifications to be deposited plans and/or that further plans shall be deposited.

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Section 16 of the Building Act 1984 permits the "prescribed period" of 5 weeks allowed for deciding an application made under the Building Regulations to be extended to 2 months by agreement in writing between the applicant and the Council.

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For further incormation on the Competent Persons Scheme please visit www.gov.uk/building-regulations-competent-person-schemes/overview

Application Information
Application Information
Application Information
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This applies to all building including domestic premises except those that consist of a house which is occupied as a single family dwelling only.

Help

For further incormation on the Competent Persons Scheme please visit www.gov.uk/building-regulations-competent-person-schemes/overview

Application Information
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This applies to all building including domestic premises except those that consist of a house which is occupied as a single family dwelling only.

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For further incormation on the Competent Persons Scheme please visit www.gov.uk/building-regulations-competent-person-schemes/overview

Fees and Payment

On acknowledgment of this application where fees are not known we will confirm these prior to invoicing for the proposed.

Invoice Address *
Plan attachments

We will then be able to view these plans including the location plan

Please upload any plans and/or documents (e.g. drawings, plans, structural calculations) you wish to submit.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Where no plans are available we need this information to give an accurate and competitve quote

e.g. Rear or Side 2 Storey

Where no figure is given we assume a maximum 12 months period

Plan attachments
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Please upload any plans and/or documents (e.g. drawings, plans, structural calculations) you wish to submit.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Where no plans are available we need this information to give an accurate and competitve quote

e.g. Rear or Side 2 Storey

Where no figure is given we assume a maximum 12 months period

Plan attachments

We will then be able to view these plans including the location plan

Please upload any plans and/or documents (e.g. drawings, plans, structural calculations) you wish to submit.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Where no plans are available we need this information to give an accurate and competitive quote

e.g. Rear or Side 2 Storey

Where no figure is given we assume a maximum 12 months period

Plan attachments

Please upload any plans and/or documents (e.g. drawings, plans, structural calculations) you wish to submit.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Where no plans are available we need this information to give an accurate and competitve quote

e.g. Rear or Side 2 Storey

Where no figure is given we assume a maximum 12 months period

Plan attachments

Please upload any plans and/or documents (e.g. drawings, plans, structural calculations) you wish to submit.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Where no plans are available we need this information to give an accurate and competitve quote

e.g. Rear or Side 2 Storey

Where no figure is given we assume a maximum 12 months period

Plan attachments

Please upload any plans and/or documents (e.g. drawings, plans, structural calculations) you wish to submit.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Where no plans are available we need this information to give an accurate and competitve quote

e.g. Rear or Side 2 Storey

Where no figure is given we assume a maximum 12 months period

Plan attachments

Please upload any plans and/or documents (e.g. drawings, plans, structural calculations) you wish to submit.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Where no plans are available we need this information to give an accurate and competitve quote

e.g. Rear or Side 2 Storey

Where no figure is given we assume a maximum 12 months period

Plan attachments

We will then be able to view these plans including the location plan

Please upload any plans and/or documents (e.g. drawings, plans, structural calculations) you wish to submit.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Where no plans are available we need this information to give an accurate and competitive quote

e.g. Rear or Side 2 Storey

Where no figure is given we assume a maximum 12 months period

Plan attachments

We will then be able to view these plans including the location plan

Please upload any plans and/or documents (e.g. drawings, plans, structural calculations) you wish to submit.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Where no plans are available we need this information to give an accurate and competitive quote

e.g. Rear or Side 2 Storey

Where no figure is given we assume a maximum 12 months period

Plan attachments

We will then be able to view these plans including the location plan

Please upload any plans and/or documents (e.g. drawings, plans, structural calculations) you wish to submit.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Where no plans are available we need this information to give an accurate and competitive quote

e.g. Rear or Side 2 Storey

Where no figure is given we assume a maximum 12 months period

Plan attachments

We will then be able to view these plans including the location plan

Please upload any plans and/or documents (e.g. drawings, plans, structural calculations) you wish to submit.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Where no plans are available we need this information to give an accurate and competitive quote

e.g. Rear or Side 2 Storey

Where no figure is given we assume a maximum 12 months period

Plan attachments

We will then be able to view these plans including the location plan

Please upload any plans and/or documents (e.g. drawings, plans, structural calculations) you wish to submit.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Where no plans are available we need this information to give an accurate and competitive quote

e.g. Rear or Side 2 Storey

Where no figure is given we assume a maximum 12 months period

Plan attachments

We will then be able to view these plans including the location plan

Please upload any plans and/or documents (e.g. drawings, plans, structural calculations) you wish to submit.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Help

We can accept the following file formats: PDF, Word, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG. If you have a number of large files to submit, please compress them into ZIP, GZIP or RAR files. Unfortunately we cannot accept CAD files.

 

How do I compress files?

If you want Windows to zip a file or a folder, right-click it and choose a ‘Compress’ item. Mac OS works in much the same way, calling it ‘Archive’ instead of ‘Compress’.

Alternatively, you can right-click inside Windows Explorer, select ‘New’, create a zip file, and give it a suitable name. Next, use your mouse to select the files or folders you want to compress, hold down the left mouse-button, drag the files to your zip file and drop them on top of it. Repeat this as many times as you like - Windows will add the files to your zip file.

You can also use ’drag-and-drop’ to extract files from a compressed folder by dragging them to a different folder or to your desktop. Windows will uncompress them automatically.

Where no plans are available we need this information to give an accurate and competitive quote

e.g. Rear or Side 2 Storey

Where no figure is given we assume a maximum 12 months period

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