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Important Message from the Chairman of ACAI

Carillion. Many of you may have had enquiries regarding Carillion projects. It is legitimate for the projects to be transferred using the BCA Transfer of Projects Protocol. The ACAI is meeting with CICAIR early next week to agree on a strategy for any remaining...

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Independent Review of Building Regulations & Fire Safety

The Government has announced an independent review of the England and Wales building regulations and fire safety. This forward-looking independent review, to be led by Dame Judith Hackitt, Chair of EEF, the Manufacturers’ Organisation, will look at current building...

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Who we are

The building control alliance

is a unique industry group made up of representatives from clients, stakeholders and all the organisations directly involved in building control in England and Wales.

it includes

the organisations supporting the many thousands of building control professionals and the professional associations promoting public and private sector building control.

the bca

is the only place where all these voices and competing interests come together as one to continue to develop and promote best practice building control industry practice in a changing world.

BC work

Building Control ensures that minimum standards of construction are achevied throughout England and Wales. The public can choose either Local Authority services or Approved Inspectors and be safe in the knowledge that their project is in the hands of a professional who has the full backing of the Building Control Alliance.

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What our Users say

“I applied for mediation with some trepidation however the process proved swift, effective and fair. I would definitely recommend to all those seeking resolution.” An Approved Inspector

“A refreshing change to find guidance that is fit for purpose and designed to be used by those trying to implement Building Regulations.” Local Authority Building Control Manager