Building Regulations in Wales

Ensure your work is compliant

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Building Regulations in Wales resources & support

Since 31 December 2011, the Welsh Assembly has had responsibility for setting Building Regulations in Wales. At the moment, many of the same Building Regulations that apply in England also apply in Wales. However, there are also some important differences

NHBC Building Control Service

Our Building Control Team has extensive experience of supporting clients with projects in Wales and an in-depth knowledge of the applicable Regulations. They can help you manage your project from concept to completion to ensure compliance.


Access Approved Documents and supporting guidance for Wales

Access Approved Documents and supporting guidance for Wales NHBC Building Regs Plus (Wales) is an interactive, online document where you can access the Approved Documents and supporting technical information, guidance documents and articles.Browse the table below to choose the part of Building Regulations you're interested in.

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