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  1. Building Regulations (cy)
  2. How to get approval
  3. Where to get approval
  4. Approved Inspector Building Control services

Approved Inspector Building Control services

Dim ar gael Cyfieithu Cymraeg

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Approved Inspectors are companies or individuals authorised under the Building Act 1984 to carry out building control work in England and Wales.

The Construction Industry Council (CIC) is responsible for deciding all applications for approved inspector status. You can find out more about the CIC's role (including how to apply to become an approved inspector) at the CIC website.

A list of approved inspectors can be viewed at the Association of Corporate Approved Inspectors (ACAI) website or the CIC website.

The function of approving Approved Inspectors was originally one for the Secretary of State directly.  The (then) Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions (DTLR) issued a "circular letter" on 02 July 2001 listing the inspectors approved by the Secretary of State (before the CIC took over this responsibility).