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ABOUT THE SERVICES: Section 301 of the National Building Code states that No person, firm or corporation, including any agency or instrumentality of government, shall construct, alter, use, occupy, move, demolish, and add a building / structure or any portion thereof or cause the same to be done, without first obtaining a Building Permit from the Building official assigned in the place where the subject building/ structure is located or planned to be located.

Any person desiring to obtain a building permit and any ancillary/accessory permit/s together with said Building Permit shall file the application/s on the prescribed application forms in the Latest Implementing Rules and regulations of the National Building Code of the Philippines (PD 1096).

CLIENT GROUPS: Any person, firm or corporation, including any agency or instrumentality of government, who intends to construct, alter, convert, use, occupy, move, demolish, and add a building/structure or any portion thereof or cause the same to be done.
REQUIREMENTS:
  • 5 copies (NBC FORM NO. B-01) Application for Building Permit Form duly notarized and accomplished
  • 5 copies of duly accomplished Ancillary Permit Forms (duly signed and sealed by the designing professional)
  • Architectural (NBC Form No. A-01)
  • Civil/Structural (NBC Form No. A-02)
  • Sanitary (NBC Form No. A-05)
  • Plumbing (NBC Form No. A-06)
  • Electrical (NBC Form No. A-03)
  • Mechanical (NBC Form No. A-04)
  • Electronics (NBC Form No. A-04)
  • Electronics (NBC Form No. A-07)
  • Scaffolding (NBC Form No. B-06)
  • Sign (NBC Form No. B-07)
  • Demolition (NBC Form No. B-08) – 5 copies duly signed and sealed by the designing professional
  • Five (5) copies of Site Development Plan showing Technical Description boundaries, orientation and positions of non-architectural horizontal structure such as sewage treatment plant, towers, fences, etc., building/structure in relation to the lot, existing or proposed access road and driveways indicating the backyard distances at the front, sides, and back with perspective.
  • Five (5) sets of Building Plans (Architectural, Civil/Structural, Sanitary, Plumbing, Electrical, Electronics –duly signed and sealed by Designing Professionals)
  • Five (5) sets/ each of Bill of Materials and Cost Estimates – duly signed by Designing Professionals
  • Five (5) sets/ each of Design Specifications – duly signed by Designing Professionals
  • Two (2) copies of the Certified true copy (Original Certificate of Title/Transfer Certificate Title)
  • Two (2) copies of the Deed of Sale/ Lease Contract/ Contract to sell. If the OCT/ TCT is not in the name of the owner/ applicant
  • Two (2) copies of the Certified true copy of the Latest Tax Declaration
  • Two (2) copies of the Certificate of Real Property Tax Payment/ Current Tax receipt
  • Construction Logbook – 1 piece
  • Two (2) copies of the Structural Design Computations with seismic analysis which conform to the latest NSCP for (2) two storeys and above or 1 storey with attic/mezzanine/roof deck/penthouse – duly signed and sealed by Designing Professional
  • Two (2) copies of the Plate Load Test analysis for (3) storey or two storey with attic, mezzanine/roof deck/penthouse
  • Two (2) copies of the Soil Boring Test result for (4) storeys and above or 3 storeys with attic, mezzanine/roof deck/penthouse
  • Two (2) copies of the certification regarding structural stability of existing foundation in case of addition – duly signed and sealed by the Civil/Structural Engineer.
  • Two (2) copies of Previous approved plan or building permit in case of addition, alteration and renovation
  • Municipal Planning and Development Office – Clearance for Municipal Zoning and land use of all types of buildings/structures
  • Two (2) copies of clearances from other government agencies exercising regulatory functions. Such regulatory functions.

Such regulatory agencies are:

  • HLURB for zoning and land use of all types of building/structures
  • Bureau of Fire Protection – for all types of buildings and/structures
  • DPWH – Road Right of Way Clearance along national road for all types of building/structures
  • PEO – road right of way clearance along provincial road for all types of buildings/ structures
  • LGU – for all types of buildings/ structures
  • DENR-EMB Clearance (ECC/CNC) – for all commercial and industrial buildings
  • DOLE – for industrial buildings
  • DOH – for health hazard-related buildings/ structures
  • ATO – for buildings/ structures exceeding 40 meters in height
  • Philippine Tourism Authority – for tourist-oriented projects
  • DepEd – for educational buildings
  • Energy Regulatory Board – for gasoline stations

To facilitate processing, please take note of the following before submitting the plans and the other requirements above to the CEO:

  • Requirements of the Revised 2005 National Building Code (PD1096) & its Implementing Rules and Regulations
  • Laws and City Ordinance affecting the design/project
  • Requirements of the referral codes (Architectural Code, Philippine Electrical Code [PEC], Revised Plumbing Code, Structural Code [NSCP] Mechanical Engineering Code [PSME])
  • Compliance with BP 344 (Accessibility Law) should be indicated in detail on plans for commercial, institutional and public buildings
  • If setback/yard requirements are not met on the side and the back rear the Firewall (strictly no opening) extending up to at least 1 meter from roof level shall be provided. It shall be indicated on the site development plan with owner’s conformity
  • Grease Trap/oil Separators shall be provided for hotels, restaurants eateries, terminals, gasoline stations, auto repair shops, bakeries, and other similar establishments
  • All revisions/addition made in the plans shall have an acknowledgement
  • Special power of Attorney/Authority to construct shall be provided if the owner is not the signatory in all application forms, plans and documents
  • Forms and Letters, Plans Specifications, Bill of Materials and Cost Estimates and other pertinent documents must be signed and sealed by the designer and signed by the owner
  • All application forms and letters must be properly filled-up with all necessary information available
SERVICE SCHEDULE: Mondays to Fridays 8:00 AM to 12:00 NN, 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
TOTAL PROCESSING TIME: 8 hours and 20 minutes
TOTAL FEES/CHARGES: Please refer to the Revised Edition of National Building Code 2005.
(NCBDO) MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NO. 1 Series of 2004 – New Schedule of Building Permit Fees and Other Charges
Step 1 >> 10 minutes

Proceed to the Municipal Engineer’s Office and secures application forms for Building Permit, Ancillary Permit and Accessory Permit.

Provides checklist of requirements, including the requirements specific to concerned agencies.
Briefs client on the process of securing a building permit and on the necessary agency clearances appropriate to their construction project.

Building Official Engineering Staff

Step 2 >> 20 minutes

Submit the plans and the required supporting documents to any member of the Building Staff for initial verification of the requirements

Receives documents and verifies completeness of plans and gives an endorsement to their offices/agencies for securing other required clearances

Building Official Engineering Staff

Step 3 >> 30 minutes

After securing clearances from other regulatory agencies, submit all necessary plans, documents and clearances appropriate on the project. Take note of the schedule of inspection.

Provides a duly signed copy of the evaluation sheet and advice client of the schedule of inspection.

Building Official Engineering Staff

Step 4 >>

Extend the necessary assistance and provide the necessary information to the engineering team during the inspection.

Conducts inspection.

Engineering Staff

Step 5 >> 20 minutes

Inquire about the results of the evaluation and assessment three working days after the inspection.
a. If there are no deficiencies, proceed to Step 7.
b. If there are deficiencies, you will be informed of lacking documents.

Informs the client whether the documents and requirements are complete and in order or whether plans and documents require correction.

Building Official Engineering Staff

Step 6 >> 20 minutes

Submit lacking documents/ corrected plans for review.

Receives and review submission

Building Official Engineering Staff

Step 7 >> 20 minutes

Secure an order of payment after the application has been determined to be complete and in order.

Issues an order of payment

Building Official Engineering Staff

Step 8 >> 5 minutes

Proceed to the Municipal Treasurer’s Office and presents the order of payment. Pay the required fess and secure an official receipt. Photocopy the official receipt.

Issue Official Receipt

Revenue Collection Clerk

Step 9 >> 5 minutes

Return to the Municipal Engineer’s Office and submit photocopy of the official receipt.

Advice client of the date of release of the building permit.

Building Official Engineering Staff

(Section 134 of the National Building Code or PD 1096 that when the application for the building permit and the plans and the specifications submitted conforms to the requirements of the Code and its IRR, the building official shall issue the building permit within 15 days from payment of required fees.)

Step 10 >> 10 minutes

On scheduled date, proceed to the Municipal Engineer’s Office. Receive the approved building permit.

Releases the approved building permit

Building Official Engineering Staff

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