To ensure that the buildings are constructed in accordance with the plans approved by the Authority, Building Inspectors are expected to visit the Site in which the building is being constructed to carry out the following activities: -
To determine whether the contractor has maintaned
the correct set-backs or has violated the required set backs from property boundary,
To inspect the foundation before the pouring of the
To examine the structural frame and roof,
To examine the ring beams and how it is connected to
the rafters, • To examine the plumbing, and the type of drainage, • To examine the electrical wiring, • To examine the mechanical installation, • To conduct special inspection in cases of the
To conduct the final inspection.
Certificate of Occupancy
A Certificate of Occupancy is issued by the Director of the Physical Planning Unit on the completion of the building, provided that the construction was done in accordance with the approved plans, based on the Building Code and Guidelines.
A new building shall not be occupied or changes made in occupancy or use of the building or part of the building until