Certified Permit Not Required For Minor Renovations Says Kl Mayor
Renovation work on residences, office buildings, shophouses and retail lots in shopping complexes no longer need to be certified by a professional consultant. (Facebook pic)KUALA LUMPUR: Building owners and tenants as well as business operators applying to carry out minor renovation work on residences, office buildings, shophouses and retail lots in shopping complexes no longer need to apply for a certificate from a certified professional consultant.
Kuala Lumpur mayor Mahadi Che Ngah said applicants who want to carry out minor renovation work, such as the installation of small partitions or additional construction that does not affect the original structure of the building, do not need to appoint a Principal Submitting Person (PSP), such as an architect or certified engineer.
“As for work permit guidelines for residences, shophouses and offices, applicants can submit application forms on the minor work they want to carry out directly to Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) without the need for a confirmation from a PSP.
“It is very beneficial to the applicants because the process can be approved immediately. This will also reduce their costs as they don’t have to pay a PSP anymore,” he told reporters after the launch of the DBKL Building Control Construction Guidelines, here.
DBKL also updated other guidelines involving workers’ temporary dormitories on construction sites, temporary protection fences on construction sites and reports related to site inspections.
Mahadi said all the guidelines were improved following input and involvement from stakeholders such as the Construction Industry Development Board, labour department, fire and rescue department, engineers, and architects. - FMT
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