Radiators and Building Control

According to Which?'s recent publication about Building Control, adding extra radiators to an existing system is notifiable.
Really? Is that true? If so, does anybody bother?
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Roger Mills wrote:

From Part L
"The types of non-notifiable work [...] relevant to the energy efficiency requirements regulations are:
In a heating, hot water, ventilation or air-conditioning system, the replacement of any part which is not a combustion appliance (such as radiator, valve or pump) or the addition of an output device (such as a radiator or fan)"

even if true, WDYT?
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I would say that's wrong and adding a radiator is exempted by The Building Regulations 2010, Schedule 4 (1) (f) (ii) "adding an output device".
http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2010/2214/pdfs/uksi_20102214_en.pdf
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On 14/05/2018 19:54, Andrew Gabriel wrote:

That looks a little out of date.
But PART 2 10 looks interesting.
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