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Last edited 02 May 2023
PAS 2080:2023 Carbon management in buildings and infrastructure, second edition, published by The British Standards Institution in March 2023, defines a regulator as a: ‘government or authority (e.g. country, state, city council, planning authority, highway authority, government department) which owns the regulatory applications of a specific sector or area, which serve as principles, policies or rules governing or prescribing the behaviour of users as well as the provisioning of goods, services and/or rights interchanged.’
- Building Safety Regulator
- Constant flow regulator
- Construction products regulator
- Data regulator
- Drinking Water Quality Regulator
- Drinking Water Quality Regulator for Scotland DWQR
- Environmental regulator
- Fire safety regulator
- National construction products regulator
- Regulator of Social Housing
See also: Regulations.
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