Hartlepool Borough Council

Frequently Asked Questions

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Common FAQs

Q: What is a local plan?

Q: Can I attend Council Meetings?

Q: What kind of support can Supporting People services provide?

Q: How do I register to vote?

Q: I can't make it to my polling station on election day, how do I vote?

Q: Where is my nearest youth centre?

Q: How can I get further information on the local plan?

Q: What are Building Regulations?

Answer:

 

The Building Regulations are National Regulations set by Parliament that must be complied with when building work is carried out. The Building Regulations are aimed at ensuring the health and safety of people in and around buildings and that reasonable provisions are made for the conservation of fuel and power and access and use of buildings. Building Regulations Approval must be obtained for work to comply with Building Regulations. Some building work may also be subject to controls under Planning legislation.

 

Q: CAN I CHECK HOW MY APPLICATION IS PROGRESSING?

Q: CAN PEOPLE COMMENT ON PLANNING APPLICATIONS?

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