Many statutory functions relating to building law which were previously vested in Ministers of the Crown are now exercisable by the Secretary of State1 (in relation to England) and by the Welsh Ministers (in relation to Wales)2. The functions currently exercisable by the Welsh Ministers are those functions under the Building Act 1984 which were transferred to the National Assembly for Wales3 by Order in Council and subsequently transferred to the Welsh Ministers4. Further functions under the Building Act 1984, 5along with certain functions under the Sustainable and Secure Buildings Act 20046 and the Climate Change and Sustainable Energy
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