Our focus remains on entire Property portfolio’s rather than individual buildings. By understanding the commercial needs behind each project, we make sure we offer adaptable solutions considering the different requirements as presented by the various local authorities.
We have assembled an experienced and well-trained team, led by Max Lange, which consists of architectural technologists, who are able to provide local authority liaison, site measuring, “as built” documentation and assemble all local authority applications as required. Where further COC’s are required we include all sub consultant’s appointments like Structural, Civil, Fire and Land Surveyors under our scope.
An Occupancy Certificate is a document that is issued by the Building Control sub-directorate in accordance with the National Building Regulations to certify that a building has been completed in accordance with the approved building plan and all other relevant City Council requirements (for example, the installation of fire fighting equipment to the approval of the Fire Department, payment of all fees and contributions, approved water and electricity connections etc).
An Occupation Certificate is compulsory for every building before occupation, as required by the National Building Regulations and Building Standards Act (1977). This is to show that all requirements have been met and to safeguard the owner.
It is against the law to occupy a property without:
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