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Updated: 13 October 2018

Part A. Administration

A22 - Notice of Intention to Commence Erection or Demolition of a Building and Notices of Inspection

1.

(a) No work in connection with the erection or demolition of any building shall be commenced on the site unless notice, in the form required by the local authority, has been given to such local authority by the owner of such building, stating the date on which such erection or demolition will commence.


(b) Such notice shall in the case of the erection of a building be given at least four days, exclusive of a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday, and in the case of the demolition of a building, at least 10 days, exclusive of a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday, before such work commences.


2. Notice in the form required by the local authority shall be given by the owner to such local authority of a date which shall be at least two working days from the date of receipt by it of such notice on which, as the case may be -


(a) any fire installation will be connected to any communication pipe;


(b) trenches or excavations will be ready for inspection prior to the placing of concrete for any foundation; or


(c) any drainage installation will be ready for inspection and testing.


(d) the building will be completed.


3. No owner shall construct any foundation until the trenches or excavations have been inspected and approved by the local authority, and such owner shall not backfill or enclose a drainage installation until such installation has been inspected, tested and approved by the local authority: Provided that this requirement shall not apply if such inspection and testing has not been carried out by the end of the working day which has the first date mentioned in subregulation (2).


4. Any owner who fails to comply with the requirements of this regulation shall be guilty of an offence.



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