Building permits: schedule “A” letters of undertaking
You need to submit Schedule “A” Letters of Undertaking with your application for a building permit if you use the services of engineers, architects or interior design professionals. The building owner and consultants are also required to complete additional schedules included in the Schedule “A” Letters of Undertaking.
Use Schedule “A” Letters of Undertaking if you’re applying for a building permit. You need to submit the form as part of the building permit application process.
Field reviews of construction
When you use the services of engineers, architects or interior design professionals, the Nova Scotia Building Code Regulations require that the engineers, architects and interior design professionals provide field reviews of construction.
Building permits are issued by your municipality. Schedule “A” letters need to be filed, as necessary, together with the project plans and specifications, when applying for a building permit.
Schedule “A10” needs to be submitted with your building permit application. Schedule “A11” needs to be submitted before you can get your occupancy permit.
Who can use this form
Architects, engineers, interior design professionals, consultants and building owners or their agents need to use this form to complete field reviews of construction.
What you need to do
- Complete the form.
- Check the form for details on all required supporting documents.
- Send the completed form and supporting documents to your local municipality with your building permit application.