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What is a Complete Submission?

New regulations came into effect Jan 01, 2006 allowing applicants to declare submissions as COMPLETE, thereby requiring us to process the application within prescribed time periods.

It is important that applicants understand what constitutes a COMPLETE submission.

An application (in general) can be declared as complete, by the applicant where:

  • The applicant has completed the Applicable Law Declaration form and provide proof of compliance to any identified applicable law.
  • The new Application to Construct or Demolished has been properly completed and signed.
  • The application must be accompanied by complete plans, specifications, and documents to establish compliance with the Ontario Building Code regulations and Mississauga Zoning bylaw.
  • The application is accompanied by all required fees as prescribed in the latest Building By-law

Complete details can be found in the latest version of our Building By-law (see link provided).  It is important to note that compliance with the Ontario Building Code requirements is determined by technical examination review and NOT a condition of whether an application is COMPLETE.

Questions about a COMPLETE submission can be answered by contacting our Customer Service Section in the Building Division at 905-896-5619

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