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The Building Act 1984 consists of five parts: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 The Building Regulations Supervision of building work etc. other than by a local authority Other provisions about buildings General Supplementary These parts are then broken down into a number of sections and subsections as shown in Appendix A to this chapter. 7 What are the Supplementary Regulations? Part 5 of the Building Act contains seven schedules whose function is to list the principal areas requiring regulation and to show how the Building Regulations are to be controlled by the local authority.
Where the Secretary of State has given a ruling, however, this ruling shall be considered as being final. 1 What about compensation? (Building Act 1984 Sections 103–110) If an owner or occupier considers that a ruling obtained from the local authority is incorrect, he can appeal (in the first case) to the local magistrates’ court. If, on appeal, the magistrates rule against the local authority, then the owner/occupier of the building concerned is entitled to compensation from the local authority.
Construction of certain references concerning temples. Protection for dock and railway undertakings. Saving for Local Land Charges Act 1975. Saving for other laws. Restriction of application of Part IV to Schedule 3. Part 5 Supplementary Section Sub-section Supplementary ● ● ● ● Schedule 1 – Building regulations. Schedule 2 – Relaxation of building regulations. Schedule 3 – Inner London. Schedule 4 – Provisions consequential upon public body’s notice. Schedule 5 – Transitional provisions. Schedule 6 – Consequential amendments.