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DBCP makes three new appointments

DBCP makes three new appointments

DBCP makes a trio of appointments to meet industry demand.

The demand for increased space in homes together with the ongoing tightening of building regulations, has triggered a trio of new appointments at Derbyshire Building Control Partnership (DBCP). 

The company, which is a Local Authority approved representative of building control standards in Derbyshire, has appointed two new building control surveyors and a new member of its office based technical-support team. 

Together they will help DBCP meet increased demand from both residential and commercial sectors across Derbyshire. 

Lee Carl and Sarah Purvey have joined DBCP as Building Control Surveyors. They bring 30 years of combined building control experience to their new roles. Bev Glasgow has joined DBCP’s technical support team. 

Sarah, who has made the move from North West Leicestershire Council, will be covering south east Derbyshire building control applications in the Ripley, Oakwood, Somercotes and Belper areas. She has a passion for historic buildings and is looking forward to the varied case load. 

She said:

“I really enjoy building control, particularly the variety of buildings and projects that I visit. I am impressed with DBCPs facilities and procedures it has in place as they give me the ability to be highly responsive; particularly where dangerous structures are concerned DBCP’s responsiveness is second to none.” 

Colleague Lee Carl returns to his old stomping ground having begun his career in building control with Bolsover Council in 2006. In his new role at DBCP he will be undertaking building control inspections across North Derbyshire. 

Lee makes the move to DBCP from a Sheffield-based Approved Inspector business. He said:

“Local authority building control is integral to the future of building control standards which are becoming more rigorous as we move to a safer built environment. I am delighted to join DBCP. It is an exciting time for the sector and DBCP is at the forefront of the evolving building control regulations.” 

Primarily field-based, Sarah and Lee will be supported by DBCP’s office-based technical team which is joined by Bev Glasgow who makes the move from a construction skills apprentice training company. 

Within her new role, Bev will be part of DBCP’s team which provides telephone assistance to customers, arranges building inspections and process online applications. 

She said:

“Having spent four years with my previous employer dealing with apprentices and trainees entering the construction industry, it is now great to see the other side of it. My previous experience has given me a wider understanding of the sector and the pressures that people working within it face on a daily basis.” 

For expert building control advice and guidance, please get in touch with the DBCP team at or call 0333 880 2000

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