It’s our culture that attracts the very best in Building Control to Salus. With twenty years experience working across all sectors and a commitment to dedicated partnerships with the biggest companies and organisations our services are highly sought after.
The first update to Part L of the Building Regulations in nearly a decade, and next step on the road to Future Homes Standard aiming to make sure all new homes built from 2025 produce around 75% less carbon emissions than those constructed under current regulations, with final goal of net zero in 2050.
With the changes to the Fire Safety guidance and the Building Safety Bill, Salus are adapting to our client’s needs and seek talented experienced Fire Safety Consultants to join our existing team. You will be part of the existing Fire Safety team delivering code compliant schemes for all sectors including Healthcare, Education, Residential and commercial schemes from RIBA Stage 1 through to Stage 6.
Salus are a leading Corporate Approved Inspector who have been providing a trusted and dynamic building control solution to our diverse range of clients over all construction sectors, for almost 20 years. We are now looking to recruit Project Surveyors who enjoy building control, possess a wide level of experience and have technical knowledge of construction methods to join our teams across London, the Midlands and the South Coast.
An essential hour long, free CPD Webinar, to advise our clients for the implications of Planning Gateway 1 and Building Regulations. From 1st August 2021 various developments require additional information at planning stage to demonstrate that the design team have taken into account the complexities of the fire safety legislation and guidance within their [...]
Salus Technical Update - Proposed changes to Part L and the roadmap to zero carbon and future homes standard Energy and ventilation standards for residential and non-domestic buildings - better for the environment and fit for the future The Building Regulations, Part L 2021 Following a second consultation carried out by Future Home Standards from [...]
MHCLG has issued amendments to Approved Document M (Access to and use of buildings) 2015 edition Volume 2 – Buildings other than dwellings, following a consultation the provision of changing places toilets on the 12 May 2019. This ran for a period of 10 weeks, ending on 22 July 2019, but was then reopened [...]
The changing face of Building Regulations post Grenfell Book now for Wed 9th Dec 2020 or Wed 13th Jan 2021 An essential hour long, free CPD Webinar, detailing how Approved Document B and Building Regulation 7 have evolved. Following on from Dame Judith Hackitt’s vision and report to Government to tighten the regulatory compliance route we look [...]
Understanding the effects of the Building Regulations following the governments changes to permitted development
Paul Meadows, Director at Salus Approved Inspectors, gives a technical summary on changes to the latest Building Regulations, including a series of Q & A from Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG). Permitted Development changes and effects upon Building Regulations By making use of existing buildings, the government hopes that by introducing permitted [...]
Welsh Assembly release update on Fire Suppression in care homes for children Just released by the Welsh Assembly - To simplify the regulatory framework we will consider bringing forward the requirements for automatic fire suppression systems in care homes for children into the Building Regulations 2010 at the earliest opportunity. Welsh Assembly update