Building Control

Councils in Northern Ireland have a statutory duty to enforce the Building Regulations and they do this through their Building Control Department. The Building Regulations are designed to ensure certain standards of health and safety apply to all buildings, with particular focus on achieving adequate standards of fire safety.  The regulations also protect the environment by requiring buildings to be thermally efficient, reducing energy consumption and therefore the emission of pollutants which damage the atmosphere. Regulations are also in place to deal with accessibility and are effective in improving the quality of life for people with disabilities. Building Regulations and Building Control, therefore, have an important role to play in helping protect people and the environment.

Fermanagh and Omagh District Council’s Building Control Department provide the following services:

  • Energy Performance in buildings
  • Postal naming and numbering
  • Property Certificates
  • Building Regulations
  • Dangerous Structures
Methods of contact Information
Telephone 0300 303 1777
Locations Address
County Buildings 15 East Bridge Street, Enniskillen
Strule House 16 High Street, Omagh