The Building Regulations: Explained and Illustrated

The Building Regulations: Explained and Illustrated


By (author) Michael J. Billington, By (author) Stephen Barnshaw, By (author) Keith Bright, By (author) Andrew Crooks, By (author) Robert Waters

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  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)
  • Format: Paperback | 1056 pages
  • Dimensions: 170mm x 244mm
  • Publication date: 11 December 2015
  • Publication City/Country: Chicester
  • ISBN 10: 1405195029
  • ISBN 13: 9781405195027
  • Edition: 14, Revised
  • Edition statement: 14th Revised edition

Product description

Since publication of the first edition in 1976, The Building Regulations: Explained and Illustrated has provided a detailed, authoritative and well illustrated guide to building control in England and Wales, for all those concerned with building work. This latest edition has been fully revised throughout to ensure it continues in that strong tradition. In particular, Part B Fire, Part G Hygiene and Part L Conservation of Fuel and Power have seen major changes to reflect recent changes to the regulations.

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Author information

M. J. Billington, BSc, MRICS, is a chartered building surveyor whohas worked on various editions of the book since 1986. He wasformerly Senior Lecturer in building control and construction at DeMontfort University, Leicester. Currently he is Managing Directorof Construction Auditing Services Ltd, a company that specialisesin latent defects insurance technical auditing, and ManagingDirector of Certass Ltd, a Building Regulations Competent PersonScheme for replacement windows and doors. K. T. Bright, MSc, FRICS, FBEng, MCIOB, NRAC (Consultant), isEmeritus Professor of Inclusive Environments at the University ofReading and Visiting Professor of Inclusive Environments in theSchool of Art and Design at the University of Ulster. He is alsoa Director of KBC Ltd, an independent access consultancy. J. R. Waters, BSc, MPhil, PhD, MCIBSE, CEng, is HonoraryResearch Fellow at Coventry University, where he was formerly Headof Building Services Engineering. He is currently a consultant onenvironmental aspects of building design.

Table of contents

I: Legal and Administrative. 1 Building control: an overview. 2 The Building Regulations and approved documents. 3 Local authority control. 4 Private certification. 5 Work under the supervision of a competent person. II: Technical. 6 Structural stability (Part A). 7 Fire (Part B). 8 Materials, workmanship, site preparation and moistureexclusion (Part C). 9 Toxic substances (Part D). 10 Sound insulation (Part E). 11 Ventilation (Part F). 12 Hygiene (Part G). 13 Drainage and waste disposal (Part H). 14 Combustion appliances and fuel storage systems (Part J). 15 Protection from falling, collision and impact (Part K). 16 Conservation of fuel and power (Part L). 17 Access to and use of buildings (Part M). 18 Glazing (Part N). 19 Electrical safety (Part P). III: Appendices. Local Acts of Parliament. Index