To submit a regularisation application you can complete it online using the Planning Portal or you can download and complete the application form Regularisation certificate application [PDF 449KB]
Once completed you then return it by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to: Building Control, PO Box 17, Corporation Street, Blackpool FY1 1LZ
Or you can submit your regularisation certificate application form via our website.
Where unauthorised work has been carried out after 11 November 1985 there is an option to submit an application for a regularisation certificate.
This option is normally undertaken to assist in the sale of a property when no proof of building regulation approval can be provided.
Plans and details should be submitted of the work undertaken and proposals showing any additional work that is required to meet compliance with the regulations.
Inspections will be carried out to ascertain whether or not the work complies with building regulations. This may require the opening up, testing and/or sampling of materials. Some works may not be able to achieve compliance.
The applicant will be notified of any further work required to bring the building to the required standards in force at the time of the original work.
When this work has been satisfactorily completed, or if no further work is necessary, a regularisation certificate will be issued.
Please note that the regularisation fee should be paid in full when the application is made.