Certificate of Construction Compliance. What is it? You’ve engaged your Building Surveyor and got your Certificate of Design Compliance (CDC), you’ve got your Building Permit, you’re just putting the finishing touches on your building work (on your class 2-9/commercial property) and soon you’d like to occupy the building. But before you can open your new gym or restaurant (or whatever you’re planning) you need an occupancy permit (click here to view the Occupancy Permit application form). How do you get an occupancy permit? With a BA17 – Certificate of Construction Compliance (aka CCC).
A Certificate of Construction Compliance is a certificate issued by a Building Surveyor stating that in its current state, the building is suitable to be occupied. The Certificate of Construction Compliance can be either for a complete or incomplete building. If the building is complete, it will need to match what was shown on the CDC.
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