Commercial Building Permits

Commercial Building Permits are required for, but not limited to:

  • new commercial building
  • additions and renovations to existing commercial buildings
  • accessory buildings like garages, sheds, etc.
  • decks
  • signage, etc

Most commercial projects will require a set of drawings stamped by an Engineer licensed to practice in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.  These drawings will need to be reviewed and approved by a Development Inspectors during the permitting review process.  Building permit reviews focus on structural stability of buildings, and the health and safety of the building’s occupants. Commercial Building Permit fees are calculated based upon the estimated construction value of a project.

Please click here for a copy of the building permit application.

A $3-million building permit was issued in January the building phase of a flour mill under construction by Vicano Developments on Adams Boulevard in Brantford. (Brian Thompson/The Expositor)

If you wish to speak with an inspector about a potential project please click here.