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Topic Title: Part pee cert
Topic Summary: Any handwritten ones
Created On: 13 June 2013 09:16 PM
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 13 June 2013 09:16 PM
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Ampman

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Evening i notified a job well over 4 weeks ago now .

Customer still has not had cert from council

Anybody know where i can purchase a hand written one so she can have that ?

While she waits .

cheers
 13 June 2013 09:40 PM
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hifly

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As far as i know it won't come from building regs, it comes from your scheme nic,napit etc, building regs just get notified like the customer does,

I would call your scheme, not sure you can supply anything.

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 13 June 2013 09:45 PM
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leckie

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Your scheme should give you a ref number. Ring them with the number and chase it up. If not, the address. Or check on line. I can do all or any of these, so why should you, or would you, want to provide anything additional? I'm tied in with the NICEIC for Part P but I assume its similar with the other schemes.
 13 June 2013 10:07 PM
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Cremeegg

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I know of some Councils that will send a certificate to the householder but the real certificate comes from the scam provider. The certificates I produce have my own job number on and also if its a notifiable job the reference number given to the job by my scam provider when I notify it on-line.
 14 June 2013 12:56 PM
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John Peckham

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I think you are talking about a building regulations completion notice? If so these can only be issued by the Local Authority or by an organisation authorised to run a competent person scheme.

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 14 June 2013 03:18 PM
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jcm256

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Maybe you are not going with post April new rules

. New dwellings
. Change of use to dwelling
. Alterations


Regulation 12(6A) and 12(9) (6th April 2013

. Notifiable Work
- Installation of a new circuit
- Replacement of a consumer unit
- Any addition of alteration to existing circuits in a
special location.
. Special Locations
- A defined space within a room containing a bath
or shower
- A room containing a swimming pool or sauna
heater.

_ _________Third Party Certification
. Installer notifies certifier within 5 days of completion
. Certifier to complete Electrical Installation Condition
Report
. Certifier to notify Building Control within 30 days
through a scheme and provide Certificate of
Compliance to occupier


Working with building control
Notify Building Control
. BCB determine extent of inspection &
testing
. BCB may accept 7671 certificate
from installer depending on
qualifications etc.
. BCB issue completion certificate



. Non-notifiable work should be
designed and installed to BS
7671 -
. If non-compliant, enforcement
action can be taken.


http://www.rics.org/Global/RIC...ilding_regulations.pdf
 14 June 2013 06:01 PM
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Ampman

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I rewired sockets in kitchen & changed fuse box as well as earthing upgrade .

This is still part P ????
 14 June 2013 06:01 PM
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Ampman

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I rewired sockets in kitchen & changed fuse box as well as earthing upgrade .

This is still part P ????
 14 June 2013 06:01 PM
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Ampman

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I rewired sockets in kitchen & changed fuse box as well as earthing upgrade .

This is still part P ????
 14 June 2013 06:57 PM
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stateit

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Yes, Yes, Yes (CU bit at any rate)

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 14 June 2013 10:28 PM
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Zs

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In the dim and distant past, when I was BSI registered I used to fill in my own forms for the client from a duplicate pad they gave to me. They weren't very good. I can't even remember a notification process to be honest.

However, to go back to Ampan's post. I think it is a bit early to worry too much about this. Sometimes I put my own address on these certs as the address to send them to (ransom)and they do take a few weeks to get here.

Incidentally, I once had a client saying they'd not received one and eventually I had an oh sod it moment and tried to notify the job again. The system would not accept it. It could see that I was notifying the same job again. Napit sent out a replacement.

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 15 June 2013 05:50 AM
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"Evening i notified a job well over 4 weeks ago now .

Customer still has not had cert from council "

I think it`s been assumed that Ampman is a scheme member.
In which case he would notify his scheme provider and then the scheme provider in turn would notify both the Local Authority & the customer.
In my case (ELECSA) they usually confirm sending the notifications out on Tuesday evenings and the customers have informed me that they received their notifications from Elecsa by the Fridays or earlier.

From Ampman`s post I had assumed that he notified the council directly and not via a scheme provider.
In which case I don`t know how long the council would take to inform the customer , if ever.

Of course I may be wrong to assume
("Assume makes an Ass of U & Me " as the saying goes!)

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Ebee (M I S P N)

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 15 June 2013 06:37 PM
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Ampman

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Finally ,

Customer rang this morning cert arrived

By the way its NAPIT .

Cheers to all
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