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BCOBanco
BCOBoston Classical Orchestra (Boston, MA)
BCOBooking Centre Online (Spain)
BCOBargain Catalog Outlet
BCOBritish Council for Offices (UK)
BCOBMC Capacity Optimization (software)
BCOBuilding Code Official (various locations)
BCOBoulder, Colorado
BCOBattalion Commanding Officer (US Navy)
BCOBureau of Charitable Organizations (Pennsylvania)
BCOBiodiversity Convention Office (Canada)
BCOBeneficial Cargo Owner (importer of record who takes possession of cargo at destination)
BCOBuilding Control Officer (UK)
BCOBuilding Communication Opportunities (development alliance)
BCOBaker College Online (Michigan)
BCOBasic Center Operations
BCOBonded Concrete Overlay
BCOBallast Control Operator (offshore drilling)
BCOBinary Coded Octal
BCOBlock Coincidence (robotics)
BCOBusiness Capacity Owner
BCOBattery Control Officer
BCOBase Central Office
BCOBelmont Community Organization
BCOBristol Concert Orchestra (Bristol, UK)
BCOBattery Cut-Off
BCOBase Communications Officer
BCOBase Contracting Office
BCOBird Carvers Online
BCOBasket Club d'Orchies (French basketball club)
BCOBranch Compliance Officer
BCOBridge Cutoff
BCOBusiness Conduct Office
BCOBoa Constrictor Occidentalis (herpetoculture)
BCOBright Class O (insulation)
BCOBidability/Constructability/Operability
BCOBroomfield Civic Orchestra (Broomfield, CO)
BCOBroad Concept of Operations
BCOBombardment Control Officer
BCOBalcones Community Orchestra (Austin, TX)
BCOBounded Crystal Orbital
BCOBadminton Club Orangeois (French badminton club)
BCOBarrack Control Officer
BCOBasket Club Octeville (French basketball club)
BCOBye Control Officer
BCOBasket Club Ostwald (French basketball club)
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He added: "Fire investigators are now working with the local authority building control officer to make sure the building is structurally sound to enable a meaningful investigation into the initial cause of the incident.
This type of work must be checked and signed off by a building control officer from your local council, or an approved inspector from a private company, to ensure that it complies with building regulations.
You can fit new windows yourself, or get a builder to do it, but you'll need a certificate to confirm they comply with building regulations, issued by a building control officer from the local council, or an approved inspector, who does the same job but for a private company.
Adding garden lights falls under building regulations, so make sure your electrician can self-certify that their work complies (ie they belong to a competent person scheme), or you'll have to pay a building control officer from your local council to inspect the work.
In November, McQuiston, a former senior building control officer with East Ayrshire Council, handed Agnes a grovelling letter apologising for the "inconvenience and stress" he had caused her.
They must also comply with Building Regulations and require approval by your Local Authority building control officer or an approved inspector, and your local fire officer.
If your electrician doesn't belong to a competent person scheme and the work they've done falls under building regulations, you'll have to pay a building control officer from the local council to check it, or an improved inspector, who does the same job but for a private company.
Denbighshire County Council building control officer Mel Royles said: "It's been a very well-run site and Geraint and the team from Anwyl have worked very well with us on it.
If your electrician doesn't belong to a competent person scheme and the work they've done must comply with building regulations, you'll have to pay a building control officer from the council to inspect it.
Regulations come under the Building Control Officer at local authorities - it is always best to check with your local Building Control Officer to find out if work you are thinking of carrying out is notifiable, and has to go through them, or is non-notifiable.
If you call after you've done the work, you're likely to annoy the planning or building control officer.
Alternatively, you can get a building control officer from the local council to check that they comply, or use an improved inspector, who does the same job but works for a private company.
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