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CEBC wishes to thank all involved in a successful CEBC Business meeting in Iceland.

The next CEBC Business meeting will take place in Milan, Italy on Monday 12th October and Tuesday 13th October 2015.

Further details will be issued in due course.

CEBC Statutes – June 2015
CEBC StatutesThe CEBC Statutes (June 2015) can be read in full by clicking the link.
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Value of Building Control
Value of Building ControlThe Consortium of European Building Control (CEBC) provides a forum where those responsible for the content of Building Regulations in European countries, together with those who carry out technical assessments and try to ensure compliance, can meet and exchange views on matters of mutual interest. It generally holds two meetings each year to which all members are invited. A main topic of the CEBC meeting in Paris October 2011 was "The Value of Building Control". The report is the result of workshop discussions and subsequent general debate.
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Study into Self Confirmation in Building Control in Europe
Study into Self Confirmation in Building Control in EuropeThe purpose of this study is to provide information on self confirmation (self certification) within the building control systems of Europe. The information may be of particular use to architects, developers and contractors who work across national boundaries.
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Access for All in Europe
Access for All in EuropeThe purpose of this study is to provide information about access to the built environment, particularly disabled access, in Europe. This information should be of benefit to architects, surveyors, developers, builders and contractors, who no longer work only in national markets, but in the common market for services, construction and construction products, as cross-border activities invariably increase.
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Building control Systems in Europe
 Building control Systems in EuropeThe purpose of the study is to provide information about building control systems in Europe. This information may be required by architects, developers and contractors, no longer working in national markets, but in the common market for services and for construction products, in which cross border activities will increase.
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