- Barangay Clearance.
- DTI/SEC Registration.
- SSS Clearance.
- Homeowner's Clearance for Business (if operating in subdivision)
- Locational Clearance (if required)
- Fire Clearance (if required)
- Building Permit (if required)
- Certificate of Occupancy (if required)
How many square Metres can you build without a permit in the Philippines?
How many houses without a permit can be built on a plot? It turns out that not that many – on an area of 500 m2 it is possible to build a maximum of one residential building up to 70 sq m. The structure of the buildings should be simple and meet the applicable safety requirements.
How much is the cost of building permit in the Philippines?
Pay the building permit fees.
Pay the fees at the Treasurer's Office by presenting the Order of Payment there. An estimated fee of Php 6, 000 or above will be the cost of your building permit fees as this will be based on the construction size of your building, municipality location, as well as the assessment plan.
What home renovations require a permit in the Philippines?
As per the National Building Code of the Philippines, securing a building permit is required for all renovation projects. The National Building Code of the Philippines defines renovation as any physical change made on buildings and structures to increase the value or quality, and/or to improve the aesthetic.
How long is the building permit valid for in the Philippines?
For the short answer, yes, a building permit does expire, but only if the project meets any of the two (2) conditions: Construction work did not commence one (1) year after the issuance. Construction work started but got suspended or abandoned, and it has been 120 days since the last site activity.