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New building regulations prosecution

Posted by Chris Thompson on 30th July 2010

A Carlisle builder has been ordered by magistrates to pay a total of £590 including costs, after pleading guilty to failing to comply with building regulations covering the installation of electrics during the renovation of a property. 

Simon Bond of S Bond Associates was charged with failure to comply with building regulations, in particular, making reasonable provision in the design, installation, testing and inspection of electrical installation in order to protect persons from fire or injury, contrary to Regulation 4 and Schedule 1, Part 1 of the Building Regulations 2000 and Section 35 of the Building Act. 

Mr Bond admitted that he was not a qualified electrician and that the electrical installation at the property was left unsafe.

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