10(1)[F177The council of a London City Centre Borough may make regulations respecting the demolition of buildings in the borough]: (a)listed buildings within the meaning of the Planning Act 1990 (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) (see section 1(5) of this Act); and (1) nothing that is done and no contract entered into by a local authority, port health authority or joint board of directors, and nothing done by a member or officer, or a person acting under the direction of such authority or board, makes him personally subject to any act, a responsibility, request or requirement, if made or fulfilled in good faith for the purposes of implementing this Act. (6) Where the building regulations contain an optional requirement that would be inconsistent (to some extent) with another requirement of the regulations, the building code shall provide for, (a)the type of building fabric to which the certificate relates; (c)cabinets intended for or in connection with a building are in a state of health or nuisance and cannot be put in a satisfactory state without reconstruction; (1) The effect of this section is to permit the Secretary of State, on application or on the Secretary`s own initiative, to authorize a particular type of construction matter that satisfies, either generally or in a class of cases, the specific requirements of the building regulations. (a)in respect of work performed or to be performed by or on behalf of the person (whether or not it relates to Crown real property), as would apply if the person by or on whose behalf the work was or is to be carried out were not an authority of the Crown; and (b)testing of materials, components or combinations of components used, used or intended for use in the construction of a building, as well as testing of services, equipment or equipment supplied in or in connection with a building, are or are offered. (3) These requirements may be imposed independently of both in the case of buildings and in the case of services, facilities and equipment provided in or in connection with buildings – and much of section 8 of Schedule 1 to this Act, which restricts the application of building regulations, does not apply to regulations made under this subsection. (7) If, at any time, an order made under clause (1) repealing or relaxing a requirement of the Construction Rules ceases to have effect in accordance with paragraph (2)(a) above or is amended or repealed in accordance with subsection (2) (b) above, that fact does not affect the continued execution of the direction (with the conditions specified in the direction) if, prior to that date, the CAW Building Code is published under the Building Act, 2004. It sets minimum standards for the safety, health, amenity and sustainability of new buildings, including work on existing buildings. 3. The buildings to which this Division applies are residential, industrial and commercial buildings. (2) A reference in this Part of this Act to the carrying out of work includes a reference to a material change in use within the meaning and for the purposes of the Building Code.
(a)a reference to a building includes a reference to a part of a building and is voidable or infringes a right of action that exists outside the building regulations. (2) In subsection (1), «construction or construction» includes a vehicle, ship, hovercraft, aircraft or other personal property of any kind in prescribed circumstances (circumstances that, in the opinion of the Secretary of State, justify treating it as a vessel for those purposes). (1) A person`s failure to comply with an approved document does not in itself give rise to civil or criminal prosecution; However, if it is alleged in a civil or criminal proceeding that a person has at any time contravened a provision of the building codes, (ii) the supply may be made from a point within 100 feet of the proposed construction project or building and the intermediate land is land in which the owner of the proposed building or building is located; or is authorized to lay a line of communication; and (2) Before exercising its powers under this section, the municipal authority shall, where reasonably practicable, notify the owner and occupier of the building or land on which the work is located of its intention. (a)require the inspection and testing of a building (a)the reerection of a building or part of a building where an exterior wall of that building or, as the case may be, of that part of the building has been demolished or burned within 10 feet of the surface of the adjacent floor or part of the building; (2) Part III of Schedule 3 to this Act applies to the construction and drainage of buildings in the central London boroughs. Cabling rules contain detailed safety standards. They are enacted under the authority of the Electrical Safety Act, 2000, which sets out requirements for the performance of electrical wiring work.