Re: Re: Accuracy of dimensions of planning drawings.
there is a phrase that an bord pleanala use often to describe very small discrepancies between what was applied for and what was built…. its called “de minimus” which basically means insignificant.
in your case context is key… does the extra wall construction width ‘significantly’ impact separation distances to boundaries , or ‘signigicantly’ impact the mass of the elevations??
most probably not… and the argument can be made that both:
1. the initial wall construction width wouldnt allow for building regulation compliance
2. the extra width is required to achieved above minim reg compliance.
so if you are the certifier its up to you to make a judgement on this.