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Submit a building notice

You can submit a building notice for internal alterations, especially if they are being carried out by experienced designers and builders.

A building notice is more suitable for small domestic building work including:

  • internal alterations

Submit a building notice

You can also request a paper copy of the application form by emailing building.control@stockton.gov.uk.

What happens after you submit a building notice

Your building notice is valid for 3 years from the date that we tell you that we tell you that your notice is valid.

Once you have submitted your building notice, you need to keep us informed when you start work and as you progress so that we can check your work complies with the Building Regulations and provide a Completion Certificate.

Learn more about completing your project

Fees

The fee you need to pay will depend on the type of project that you need us to regularise. You will pay your fee online when you apply.

Creation or a conversion of a new dwelling

The fee you pay depends on how many new dwellings are involved in the project.

If there are more than 10 dwellings or if any of the dwellings in your project have a floor area of more than 300m2, we will determine a fee based on your individual project.

If you plan to have any electrical work carried out by a person who is not a Part P approved electrician, you will need to pay an additional charge of £212.

Number of dwellings

Building notice fee

1

£800

2

£1100

3

£1360

4

£1,600

5

£1,850

6

£2,120

7

£2,390

8

£2,660

9

£2,930

10

£3,200

 

Domestic extensions to a single domestic building

If you plan to have any electrical work carried out by a person who is not a Part P approved electrician, you will need to pay an additional charge of £212.

We may also request an additional fee if your structural calculations have been produced by someone who is not suitably qualified.

Type of extension

Building notice fee

Single-storey extensions with a floor area of 10m2 or less

£472

Single-storey extension with a floor area greater than 10m2

£647

2-storey extension with a floor area not exceeding 30m2

£722

2-storey extension with a floor area exceeding 30m2

£870

Loft conversion

£753

Erection or extension of a non-exempt garage or carport with a floor area of up to 100m2

£404

Alterations to extend or create a basement with a floor area of 100m2 or less

£753

 

Domestic alterations to a single domestic building

Type of alteration

Building notice fee

Underpinning

£435

Renovation of thermal elements to a single dwelling

£244

Internal and external alterations of fittings with an estimated of cost less than £700

£192

Internal and external alterations of fittings with an estimated between £701 and £5,000

£244

Internal and external alterations of fittings with an estimated between £5,001 and £25,000

£488

Internal and external alterations of fittings with an estimated between £25,001 and £50,000

£741

Internal and external alterations of fittings with an estimated between £50,000 and £100,000

£1,113

 

Replacing windows and doors

You do not need to pay a fee to replace a window or door if the work is being carried out by someone who is approved by FENSA or CERTASS.

Number of windows or doors

Building notice fee

Up to 2

£72

3 to 10

£212

More than 10

£282

 

Electrical work

You do not need to pay this fee if the work is carried out by a Part P approved electrician.

Type of work

Building notice fee

Rewiring

£255

Anything other than rewiring

£424