On 11 Feb 2004 01:23:29 -0800, a particular chimpanzee named
firstname.lastname@example.org (Dean) randomly hit the keyboard and
Can't see how. If we're talking about Building Regulations
application charges, then none of it goes to the Treasury (except
17.5% of it as VAT), it stays with the Local Authority.
Most domestic work doesn't make a profit for the Council, and if
replacement windows are anything to go by, the charge levied where a
B/Regs application is submitted will be a nominal one. It's most
likely that the vast majority of any controllable electrical work will
be self-certified, which means administration costs by the Council for
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