YCDC grants 130 building permits, 52 completion certificates in two weeks

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The photo shows the building where the YCDC office is located.

The Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC) has granted 130 building permits and 52 building completion certificates (BCC) within two weeks, according to the YCDC.
The YCDC, YESC, Fire Services Department and relevant committees operate the permits via ybps.ycdc.gov.mm online.
Yangon Mayor U Bo Htay also highlighted the facilitation of processes during the second meeting of the committee on the issuance of building permits and BCC held on 8 August.
The relevant work processes go online and the committee will negotiate with contractors to supply electric power to the completed buildings, said U Tin Maung Kyi, head of the Engineering Department (Building).
The officials have been granting the building permits and BCC online since April 2020. Moreover, the requirements, documents and building structures are also operated under a paperless system.
The people can easily explore the lists of applications for building permission, permitted buildings and issuance of BCC at ybps.ycdc.gov.mm and also apply for building permits and BCC, according to the department.
There are 7,398 building permit applications, 4,608 permits, 43 dismissals by the land owners and 408 permits that were revoked during the application processes as of 25 July. — TWA/KTZH

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