Thank you for considering us for your next commercial project. Active Building Control is an established provider of specialist building control services based in Altrincham, Cheshire.
We pride ourselves on our relationships with architects, developers and contractors, to whom we provide quality advice, consultancy and service. Please contact us on 0161 2330525 to discuss your requirements and to arrange for one of our surveyors to run through the proposals with you pre-application.
You will find us very approachable and pro-active whilst discussing your application in the very early stages of the design process. As corporate approved inspectors we pride ourselves on providing an approachable, responsive and affordable approval service to a wide client base in the Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Staffordshire and surrounding areas. Our determination to provide the best advice possible, both pre-application and on site, has helped us to build up excellent relationships with local architects, designers and contractors.
Our qualified and experienced surveyors will assist you every step of the way. Taking advice early in the design process can help you to reduce abortive design work and identify where savings might be made. We are happy to provide pre-application advice without commitment and at no cost to your client.
We are approved by the Construction Industry Council (CIC) as a Corporate Approved Inspector, fully indemnified in accordance with the Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) requirements for professional indemnity and public liability insurance. In addition we are regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
Our commercial awareness and in depth knowledge of construction requirements ensures our service focuses on keeping projects safe and compliant as well as helping them meet deadlines and maintain budgets. As Corporate Approved Inspectors, we provide coverage predominantly throughout the north-west and the midlands, with emphasis on Manchester, Cheshire & Staffordshire