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Wales

As greater powers are devolved from Westminster, the ECA is engaging with the Welsh Government, civil servants, and Assembly Members to ensure that the best interests of electrical and other building services contractors in Wales are recognised.

The Building Regulations, which contain the rules to make new and altered buildings safe and reduce environmental impact, were devolved to Wales at the end of 2011. The ECA has been active in working with the Welsh Government, both before and after the powers were devolved, to positively influence the regulations.

In addition, the ECA continues to work with Welsh politicians and SEC Group on issues including pre-qualification, prompt payment and retentions.

Have your say on the Wiring Regulations 

Have your say on the Wiring Regulations 

16 Oct 2019

An update has been proposed to the Wiring Regulations (BS7671) in respect to electric vehicle charging installations. 

Your chance to help improve public-sector social value requirements

Your chance to help improve public-sector social value requirements

16 Oct 2019

Members are asked to help public-sector purchasers to improve the design and delivery of ‘social value’ requirements by completing a new survey from the Institute for Economic Development.

Signify - commercial smart lighting system training - London

Signify - commercial smart lighting system training - London

31 Oct 2019

ECA Commercial Associate Signify, formerly Philips Lighting, would like to offer free training to ECA members on the commercial smart lighting system, Interact Pro

SiX Fire & Security Event 2019 - Manchester

SiX Fire & Security Event 2019 - Manchester

05 Nov 2019

ECA will be at the event with a stand to answer any questions about ECA.

Elex Show - Sandown Park Racecourse

Elex Show - Sandown Park Racecourse

07 Nov 2019

ECA team will be at the event with a stand to answer any questions about ECA.

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