Floor linings and floor coverings.
Wall linings and ceiling linings.
In Class 9b buildings used as a theatre, public hall or the like—
fixed seating in the audience area or auditorium; and
Attachments to floors, ceilings, internal walls and the internal linings of external walls.
Other materials including insulation materials other than Open link in same pagesarking-type materials.
The requirements of Open link in same page(a) do not apply to a material or assembly if it is—
plaster, cement render, concrete, terrazzo, ceramic tile or the like; or
a timber-framed Open link in same pagewindow; or
a solid timber handrail or skirting; or
a timber-faced solid-core door or timber-faced fire door; or
an electrical switch, socket-outlet, cover plate or the like; or
a material used for—
a roof insulating material applied in continuous contact with a substrate; or
an adhesive; or
a damp-proof course, flashing, caulking, sealing, ground moisture barrier, or the like; or
a paint, varnish, lacquer or similar finish, other than nitro-cellulose lacquer; or
a clear or translucent roof light of glass fibre-reinforced polyester if—
the material is used as part of the roof covering; and
it is not closer than 1.5 m from another roof light of the same type; and
each roof light is not more than 14 m2 in area; and
the area of the roof lights per 70 m2 of roof surface is not more than 14 m2; or
a face plate or neck adaptor of supply and return air outlets of an air handling system; or
a face plate or diffuser plate of light fitting and emergency Open link in same pageexit signs and associated electrical wiring and electrical components; or
a joinery unit, cupboard, shelving, or the like; or
an attached non-building fixture and fitting such as—
a whiteboard, Open link in same pagewindow treatment or the like; or
timber treads, risers, landings and associated supporting framework installed in accordance with Open link in same pageD2.25 where the Open link in same pageSpread-of-Flame Index and the Open link in same pageSmoke-Developed Index of the timber does not exceed 9 and 8 respectively; or
any other material that does not significantly increase the hazards of fire.