Demolition permit

Demolition permit

Written legal authorization by the appropriate building authority to proceed with demolishing any or all of a structure.
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The contractor of the demolition job, which was later found to have no demolition permit, would be held liable, Mayor Oca Malapitan said.
'The NHCP was not consulted and neither have we received any clearance request prior to the issuance of the demolition permit, if any, regarding this matter,' said Escalante.
For those unfamiliar with the situation, a private owner of 822 Niagara Street, also known as the Johnnie Ryan Building, had finished the costly process of asbestos removal before having an application for a demolition permit denied by Seth Piccirillo.
In a majority opinion issued Friday by Judge Ellen Ceisler, the state court affirmed a York County judge's 2018 decision to deny Kinsley Properties a demolition permit for the Mifflin House, which served as a stop on the Underground Railroad in Hellam Township.
A $1,000,000 demolition permit was issued for demolition of the Wapato Jail facility at 14355 N.
The city of Fayetteville has issued a demolition permit to C.R.
5, Albertsons applied for a demolition permit of the 10,124-square-foot Noodles/liquor store building.
The operation came in implementation of the demolition permit issued in this regard, the MME said in a press statement yesterday.
The mall management was granted the demolition permit from the Office of the Building Official (OCBO) on Feb.
The citizen submitted a written approval allowing the Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning to demolish his house after obtaining the demolition permit from the Northern Municipality.
Midwood filed for a demolition permit earlier this month.