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Report published 6 March 2014.
Following up its inquiry and subsequent report on building regulations, the Committee took oral evidence on 2 September 2013 from bodies responsible for accrediting the competent persons scheme for domestic electrical works. A number of those who watched the session subsequently wrote to the Committee to express concern about the operation of the scheme. The Committee wanted to establish whether these are isolated problems or point to wider, systemic inadequacies with the competent persons scheme.
Inquiry terms of reference
Communities and Local Government committee hear from Stephen Williams MP
Report published on the improvement of quality of domestic electrical work since building control was brought in eight years ago
Committee to publish report on Thursday 6 March 2014
Committee to hold session with the Minister responsible for Building regs Part P certification of domestic electrical work
Committee calls for written submissions
Report, together with formal minutes relating to the report
Report published March 2012
Follow up session held on 2 September 2013