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Building regulation application forms and fees

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Below is a list of downloadable application forms and information related to building regulations. Alternatively, you can apply via the Planning Portal or use our online application form.

Application fees

Please contact us on the following for a competitive quote;

  • Domestic Work: 01509 634924 or 01509 634757
  • Commercial work: 01509 634758 or 01509 634756
  • Email: building.control@charnwood.gov.uk

Downloadable application forms

If you want to pay for your application by debit or credit card please email us at building.control@charnwood.gov.uk with a contact number and we will then call you to take a card payment.

For more information on building regulation application forms

Building Control Fees and Charges Scheme

In accordance with the Building (Local Authority Charges) Regulations 2010 and LABC Member Guidance on the Publication of a Building Regulation Charges Scheme, Charnwood Borough Council is giving due notice of proposed changes to its existing charge scheme.

From May 1, 2020 the Building Control hourly rate will increase to £55 per hour.

The charge scheme can be inspected on request by contacting our Building Control team at building.control@charnwood.gov.uk.

Each Building Control application will based on the charges set out in the Building Control fee and Charges scheme, and where a fee is not specified in the schedule of charges the charge will be individually determined.

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