District of Sooke Implements 48 Hour Building Permits

Beginning immediately, the District is implementing a 48 Hour Building Permit application process for one and two family dwellings.

  • Jul. 3, 2013 4:00 p.m.

Beginning immediately, the District is implementing a 48 Hour Building Permit application  process for one and two family dwellings.

“Under the 2013-2014 Corporate Strategic Plan, Council committed to clarifying, simplifying and streamlining application processes,” said Mayor Milne. “To meet this commitment, the 48 Hour Building Permit checklist process is one of the many initiatives Council will strive towards creating over the next year.”

The 48 Hour Building Permit process will require the applicant to complete a checklist with their application. Only a complete building permit application will be eligible for processing within a 48 hour time period.The building permit application forms and checklist can be found online at www.sooke.bc” www.sooke.bc or at the muniicpal hall.

 

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