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Mmmm....
so to be able to work on domestic properties and self-certify, you need to be approved by NIC or another professional body. Otherwise you have to get your work independently verified by another spark following Building Approval notification. (Every time you do a job)
Question is.....how do you provide "something I did earlier" if you arent allowed to do it?
And don't you feel a bit "held to ransom" by these institutions.....if you don't pay their yearly subs you cant work?

Or have I got totally the wrong end of the stick?
Cant you get blanket approval via inspection from your local authority? (Wouldn't that be easier?)

I only ask as I am planning on getting set up self employed in the next year or so, and need to examine all the options/pitfalls before I take the leap......

Randyrat
 
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