Applications, Forms & Information

For all Building Code and Building Plan inquiries -

Please contact the Building Official, Norman Tong at:  ntong@slrd.bc.ca

For inquiries regarding zoning, permitted uses, setbacks, etc., please email:  planning@slrd.bc.ca

 

Please be advised that we are experiencing a high volume of applications.  The current wait time to process a building permit application is now a minimum of 12 weeks for initial review.  Applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.  Additional documents may be required after the plan review.

An original, sealed, site survey created by a registered professional must be submitted with your application for all new dwellings, accessory buildings and additions.  The survey should show the proposed structure, property boundaries, grades, elevations and easements.  Without this, your application may be delayed.

All applications, form 1, engineer schedules, form 2 and engineered field reviews must be in original form.  Photocopies will not be accepted.  When using more than one engineer, your Certified Registered Professional (CRP) must submit a Schedule A and initial all other engineer's original Schedule B's and C-B's at the bottom right-hand corner.

Building Permit Applications will only be accepted when the property owner wishing to start construction is the registered owner on title of the property.

For all commercial construction and cannabis production facilities, please contact BC Hydro for power availability prior to submitting a building permit application.

Effective January 2018 Update to Letters of Assurance - Information Bulletin click here

Effective August 2017 - Building Permit Applications will not be accepted prior to subdivision plans and documentation registered with Land Titles.  SLRD Planning and Building Staff require zoning and building plan checks to be completed prior to issuing the building permit.  Delays in this process are experienced when documentation cannot be verified due to the fact that the subdivision plans, and other required documents, are not registered with Land Titles.

2016 Effective R-Value of Installed Insulation for All Buildings of Residential Occupancy chart has been created to assist builders/contractors to ensure they meet the new energy efficiency requirements of section 9.36 BCBC.

Effective December 19th 2014, the BC Building Code will introduce new energy efficiency requirements for houses and small buildings (Part 9 Housing and Small Buildings).  All areas of the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District fall within Climate Zones 5 to 7A. 

Applications

Forms

Information

Issued Building Permit Information

2016, 2017 & 2018 Building Permits Issued in the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District
Stop Work Orders and Notice on Title for 2016, 2017 and 2018

Bylaws

 

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