Issue 20 January 2021

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Building Control service remains open for business

building controlAs with the two previous lockdowns, our Building Control service remains ‘open for business’ to support the building industry during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Building Regulations applications can be submitted online, Make a Building Control Application - Mid Sussex District Council, and we continue to offer site inspections where this can be done safely and in line with the guidance issued by Public Heath England (PHE) which includes:

  • No one on-site shielding
  • No one on-site showing coronavirus symptoms
  • Social distancing measures are followed

You can find full guidance, prepared by the Construction Leadership Council at Site-Operating-Procedures-Version-7.pdf 

If you have any questions or queries you can contact us by email at buildingcontrol@midsussex,gov.uk or by phone on 01444 477570.

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Household Waste Recycling Sites (HWRSs) across West Sussex remain open, but to keep themselves and key workers safe, people should avoid travel to the sites unless waste cannot be safely stored or put out for normal kerbside collection.  

All sites are open to their regular winter hours, visit www.westsussex.gov.uk/HWRS for more details.

Social distancing measures remain in place across all sites.

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