Building Permit Application
Planning and Development Services Building Standards Branch
June 2019
Building Use:
Single Family Dwelling
Duplex/Semi-detached
3+ Units
Commercial
Temporary
Class of Work:
New
Alteration
Other
Building Address:
Legal Land Description:
Lot:
Block:
Plan:
Applicant Information:
Are you also the primary contact?
Yes
No
Name:
Address:
Postal Code:
Phone:
Email Address:
Primary Contact:
Email Address:
Phone:
Legal Land Owner:
Email Address:
Phone:
Building Contractor:
Email Address:
Phone:
Engineer / Architect:
Email Address:
Phone:
Mechanical / Plumbing Contractor:
Email Address:
Phone:
Work covered by this application:
Value of work:
(excluding new residential construction)
$
Request for Building and Occupancy Permit
I hereby acknowledge that I have read this application and state that the
information contained herein is correct and agree to comply with all City of
Regina bylaws and/or provincial laws regarding building and occupancy.
It being expressly understood that the issuing of a permit does not relieve
the applicant/owner from complying with all bylaws and national building
codes though not called for in the specifications or shown on plans and/or
applications submitted. The building shall not be occupied until such time as
an occupancy permit is issued to the owner.
Work shall commence within six months, shall not be stalled for period of
more than 6 months, and shall be completed within two years from the
date of issue or permit will be cancelled. The use of street, sidewalk or lane
during construction requires additional authorization.
This application form does not allow work to start as this is not an issued
building permit.
The information on this form is collected under the Local Authority Freedom
of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. The purpose of the collection
is to process your application for a building permit. It will be retained as a
record of your application and may be used to contact the parties involved
in this project. The application and the information contained therein may
also be used by the City for compliance or other legal action pursuant to
The Cities Act, The Uniform Building and Accessibility Standards Act and the
City’s Building Bylaw and The Planning and Development Act.
Issued City permits, including name of applicant, description of work,
location, value of work and contractor names, may be released to members
of the public by the City in accordance with the provisions of The Local
Authority Freedom of Information and Protection
of Privacy Act. If you have any questions about the collection and use of this
information, please contact Building Standards at 306-777-7000.
Legal Land Owner (printed)
Signature of Legal Land Owner
Signature of Applicant
Date
Clear Form
click to sign
signature
click to edit
click to sign
signature
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Building Permit Application Checklist
Please complete all requirements of the application, including this checklist.
Ensure all information is clear, legible and precise.
Plans must be in a clean and professional manner. Plans will be reviewed to ensure all National Buildin
g
C
ode, Heritage, Zoning, Landscaping, Engineering, Disposal, Assessment, Utility Regulations and/or Bylaws
are met
.
Drawings stamped with “not for construction”, “preliminary” or “for permit purposes only” will not be accepted.
Required Items
Check List
Application Form
Residential Permit Fee Calculation Form
Site planSee attached
Must provide one (1) electronic copy preferred (USB) OR one (1) paper copy (11” x
17”) of all drawings.
Plans must be in metric with the following components:
1. Lot shape and size
2. Size of all existing structures on lot as well as setbacks from house to garage
3. Easements, right-of-ways
4. Show decks, projections, cantilevers
5. Dimension showing distance from proposed eaves to property line
6. Driveway location, existing and/or proposed parking stalls with dimensions
Building Details
Must provide one (1) electronic copy preferred (USB) OR one (1) paper copy (11” x
17”) of all drawings.
The following components are required to be shown on the plans:
1. Garage cross section filled outSee attached
2. Foundation/slab details (thickness, strength MPa)
3. Drainage
4. Anchorage
5. Wood decay protection
6. Location of windows and doors including sizes, framing details and lintels.
7. Truss and other engineered designs (must be site specific)
I am submitting floor/roof layouts and stamped designs at time of permit application
I am submitting floor/roof layouts at permit application, with stamped designs to be
s
ubmitted prior to framing inspection
Clear Form
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Required Items
Attached Garagesinclude all of the above and the following
Must provide one (1) electronic copy preferred (USB) OR one (1) paper copy (11” x
17”) of all drawings.
The following components are required to be shown on the plans:
1. Engineer or architect designed/stamped foundation plans
2. Smoke sealed wall between house and garage specifications
3. Self-closing door between house and garage
Heated/ Insulated Garages
Must provide one (1) electronic copy preferred (USB) OR one (1) paper copy (11” x
17”) of all drawings.
The following components are required to be shown on the plans:
1. Soil gas control
2. Roof venting and access (if insulated)
3. Insulation, air barrier, vapour barrier
Application materials can be found under Building & Demolition on Regina.ca.
For more information, please contact Service Regina: 306-777-7000.
Plans
Must provide one (1) electronic copy preferred (USB) OR one (1) paper copy (11” x 17”) of all
drawings.
Permit Not Required
Permits are not required for accessory structures under 10m
2
(107.5 ft
2
) in size.
Application
The garage is considered to be new on the application.
The application must be signed by the legal owner of the property
All Applications are reviewed under the most current National Building Code of Canada and
City Bylaws.
The value to be shown on building permits shall mean the total monetary worth, of all
construction or work. No portion of any building including mechanical, electrical and plumbing
work, shall be excluded from the valuation for a building permit because of any other permits
required by any governing Bylaw or agency. Bylaw 2003-7 Subsection 2.6
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The authority having jurisdiction may place a value on the cost of the work for the purpose of
determining permit fees to be applicable. Bylaw 2003-7 Subsection 2.6
Building Code Requirements
Trusses
Pre-manufactured truss require documentation shown to be designed by a professional
engineer or architect operating within the provisions of the Professional Engineer / Architect
Act in the Province of Saskatchewan. These must be site specific and submitted at time of
application.
Rafters
All rafters made onsite will have to be drawn and show how they meet the snow loads and
spans from Part 9 of the National Building Code of Canada.
Engineered Products
Pre-manufactured LVL (Laminated Veneer Lumber) or other products require documentation
shown to be designed by a professional engineer or architect operating within the provisions
of the Professional Engineer / Architect Act in the Province of Saskatchewan.
Compressive Strength NBC 9.3.1.6.
The compressive strength of unreinforced garage floor concrete after 28 days shall be not
less than 32 MPa
Soffit Overhang - NBC 9.10.15.5.9 & 9.10.15.5.10
Roof soffits are not allowed within 0.45m (18”) of the property line.
Soffit protection is required for roof soffits that are closer than 1.2m (4’-0”) from the property
line.
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Zoning Regulations
Maximum Size - Zoning Bylaw 9250
Detached Garages and Accessory Buildings cannot exceed 75 m
2
(807 ft
2
)
Parking Stalls
Minimum parking stall dimensions are 2.5m wide by 6m long or 2.73m wide by 5.5m long.
Maximum Height - Zoning Bylaw 9250
Building Height to Mid-span of Roof Truss Maximum 4.0m (13’-1
1
2
”)
Height is defined as the vertical distance measured from grade level to the higher of:
(a) the highest point of a flat roof; or
(b) the mean level between the top of the highest exterior wall plate and the ridge of a
pitched roof
Setbacks
With lane access, the minimum setbacks from side property lines are 0.6m (2’-0”) and 1.5m
(5’-0”) from lane.
With no lane access, the minimum setbacks from all property lines are 0.6m (2’-0”).
Minimum setbacks for all accessory structures or garages to a dwelling is 1.0m (3’-3”).
All setbacks are taken to the face of the garage wall.
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Detached Garage Sample Cross Section
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