The Building Permit is a permit required in most jurisdictions for new building, enlargement or alteration
To verify that the projected building is in accordance with the laws and regulations in force regarding building, planning, environmental, and security issues during the construction phase.
To verify that the projected is in accordance with the laws and regulations in force regarding building, planning, environmental, and security issues so the building can be occupied.
The Technical Administrative Information Sheet is a document provided by YCDC to the land owner in order to inform him the basic planning rules he has to observe for the preliminary designs of its buildings.
The Development has to be issued by YCDC for new Building (which even include demolition), extension or renovation, and regularization of existing structure.
Inspections are needed throughout the construction process to ensure it respects the approved plans.
The Building Completion Certificate is obtained at the end of the construction process and certifies that the building complies with all the regulations and laws in force.
The Technical Administrative Information gives the land owner the planning rules he has to respect in order to conceive his project.
The Minor Building Works Approval has to be obtained for certain type of developments (Minor Works and Temporary Structures.)
When change regarding of the certified professional or the licensed contractor occur.