Local Authority Building Control (LABC) is a statutory service that looks after the built environment. We make sure that any building works in Wiltshire are structurally sound, moisture resistant, adequately insulated, and comply with building regulations.
We do this by checking applications for compliance with building regulations and inspecting works on site, throughout the construction process.
We also investigate and, if necessary, make safe existing structures that are in a dangerous condition and which may affect public safety.
We also control demolitions, when notified, to ensure that the works carried out on site are not causing problems to neighbouring properties.
The main focus of the building control section of this website is on the domestic market and customers. We have broken the building control process down into easy to use guides and provided links to other useful sites that should help you to understand the process and how we can help you with your project.
- Building control search on-line
Allows you to search against properties for any building control applications
- Building control services
A quick guide to the services we offer
- Submit online
Our application that allows registered users to submit applications electronically
- Building control householder guide
Focussed information for the domestic customer thinking of altering their property
- Building control professionals guide
Links to more detailed information and websites for the professional user
- Building control downloads
All our forms, fees and information leaflets for you to use
- Consolidated version of The Building Regulations 2000 (as amended).
The Planning Portal have put together a consolidated version of the building regulations 2000
- I want to pay a building control invoice
Allows you to pay a building control invoice online
- LABC Awards 2012
Every year the LABC, the member organisation representing local authority Building Control, recognises quality building work in their national, regional and local awards. For more information see the LABC Awards website.
- Health & Safety
If you are having construction or reburbishment work done, you may need to notify the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) and you may have other duties as well - you can find out more on the HSE website
Last updated: 6 August 2013