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Regulation 12(6) of the Building Regulations 2010 (the 2010 Regulations), SI 2010/2214 (SI 2010/2214, reg 12(6)) states that 'a person intending to carry out building work is not required to give a building notice or deposit full plans where the work consists only of work—
described in column 1 of the Table in the 2010 Regulations, SI 2010/2214, Sch 3 if the work is to be carried out by a person described in the corresponding entry in column 2 of that Table, or
described in the 2010 Regulations, SI 2010/2214, Sch 4’
The Table in the 2010 Regulations, SI 2010/2214, Sch 3 includes the following entries for the replacement of a door:
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