Frequently Asked Questions

YBPS is an automated system used to electronically approve submitted plans by certified professionals through its online portal. Professionals are able to submit their building proposals and inspection request through the system for the approvers based at the Building control taskforce of YCDC to review and approve.
Architects and Engineers (in construction) are allowed to submit the plans through system. These professionals are certified and updated by respective councils.
Yes, land owner can register in YBPS and apply below directly  Technical Administrative information  Minor Building Work and Temporary Structural Approval  Administrative procedures such as responsibility changes of Engineer/Architect and Licensed Contractor Replacement. Land owner can receive application shared by professional to approve application by his/her own. Land owner can also receive invoice shared by professional to make payment by his/her own.
The Building Categorization Matrix helps to identify the level of risk that proposed building and required documentation. It is composed of two different categorization systems: a) The evaluation of the risk level related to the construction itself – Construction Risk Level (CRL); b) The evaluation of the risk level related to the subsequent use of the construction – Use Risk Level (URL). The result of both CRL and URL categorization system gives the final categorization of the building whether it is low, medium and high.
Applications in building permit can be uploaded either .pdf or .zip file types.
The Yangon Building Permit system gives an option to receive notifications via Mail. The notification can be sent either when a milestone has been achieved or when the building proposal has approved.
Electronic invoice will be sent through YDPS to professional who made application after confirming the documents are complete from reviewer. It can also be shared to land owner to make payment at Yangon City Bank.
No, Licensed contractor can’t login to YDPS. YDPS generates deposit invoice to applicant/land owner to make deposit at Yangon City Bank.
Users can be able to track the progress of their application. Users can log into the system with their credentials and be able to view how far their application has gone and the number of days the application has spent on a certain station. The system generates a unique number for the application which the user can be able to track e.g. BP-001-0080, BCC-001-0013
Click on “sign in” Below you will see a link “forgot your password?”. Click the link. Type the “username” or “email address” you used during the initial registration process. An email will be sent to your inbox where you will find a link. Click on the link and reset the password. You have successfully reset the password. Use the username and new password to log into the system.
BCC is a document issued by Building Control Taskforce of YCDC certifying a building's compliance with applicable building codes and other laws and indicating it to be in a condition suitable for occupancy.
A reviewer cannot be able to edit another reviewer’s comment. A reviewer can only be able to view the comments without making any changes. A reviewer makes comments only on his/her comment sheet.
The reviewers involved in the building permit system approval process include: Internal departments of YCDC  Building Control Taskforce (Permit & Inspection)  Urban Planning Taskforce  Sewage and Drainage Taskforce  Water Supply and Distribution Taskforce  Street and Bridges Taskforce  Environmental Management Taskforce External departments of YCDC  Committee for Quality control on High-Rise Building Construction Project (CQHP)  Fire Service Department
Applications can be circulated either simultaneously or consecutively. Simultaneous circulation The Reviewers can access the application and make comments at the same time. Consecutive circulation The reviewers can access the application one at a time and in a structured way. The application moves from one reviewer to the next in a sequential manner until it is approved by all the reviewers who are supposed to view the application.
As the application goes through the reviewers, the system tabulates the application as a percentage as it goes through to the next reviewer. When all the reviewers have commented on the application then the system marks it as 100% meaning that all the reviewers have gone through the application and made comments on the comment sheet.
The system is able to select another reviewer in the same department to review the application. Delays are thus avoided in approving or rejecting a submitted application.
If a circulation is not successful, then the application is rejected, and the user of the application can check its status from Application History.