Building Control & Event Management
A Disability Access Certificate is a certificate of compliance issued by the Building Control Authority with respect to requirements under Part M of the Building Regulations.
An outdoor event is defined as a public performance which takes place mainly in the open air or in a structure with no roof or a partial, temporary or retractable roof, a tent or similar temporary structure and which consists of music, dancing, displays of public entertainment or any activity of
With the exception of houses and certain agricultural buildings, a fire safety certificate is required for all new buildings, specified material alterations, specified extensions and the material change of use of a building.
Limerick City and County Council, as the building control authority for Limerick City and County, is responsible for the enforcement of the Building Control Acts 1990 and 2007 and Regulations made under those Acts.
In accordance with the Building Control Regulations a Commencement Notice or a Seven Day Notice with a Seven Day Statutory Declaration needs to be submitted prior to commencement of the development.
Under Sections 2 and 3 of the Local Government (Sanitary Services) Act 1964, the Council is entitled to serve notice on property owners where, in the opinion of the Council, a property is dangerous, requesting them to carry out remedial action to make the property safe.