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The Regs

Geoff Wilkinson is your guide to the Building Regulations. Geoff has more than 25 years experience in the construction industry and is currently Vice Chairman of the Building Control & Standards Faculty of the CIOB

The regs: Construction products now need CE marking and a declaration of performance

This month Geoff Wilkinson looks at the building regulations that apply to places of public entertainment

The regs: Places of public entertainment

This month Geoff Wilkinson looks at the building regulations that apply to places of public entertainment

The regs: School buildings

Geoff Wilkinson looks at the application of the Building Regulations to school buildings

The regs: The correct use of escape signs

Geoff Wilkinson explains the official guidance covering provision of escape route signage in buildings

The regs: Geoff Wilkinson pours fuel on the bonfire of the regs, saying the government review doesn’t go far enough

‘Past working groups have consistently recommended that the system be simplified’

The Regs: Geoff Wilkinson explains why timing is of the essence if you are making a planning application

The government can do much in the way of deregulation in order to boost the commercial market

Geoff Wilkinson’s Regs: The construction industry would achieve more if it remained as one Team GB

We can safely say that having differing standards to those in England will not be welcomed in Wales


Geoff Wilkinson’s Regs: The [HSE’s] Fee For Intervention will recover costs from those who break health and safety laws

 Site deaths are on the rise and architects can be prosecuted for unsafe designs, warns Geoff Wilkinson


Geoff Wilkinson’s Regs: Part A, C, and L changes

How changes to Part A, C, and L of the Building Regulations will affect you, by Geoff Wilkinson

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