Interior Renovation Permit
Building Permit for a Single Family Dwelling Interior Renovation
You need an Interior Renovation Permit in Surrey for an interior renovation project in a single family dwelling or detached home.
How to apply
Complete the Building Permit Application Form and submit the required documents, plans, and fees to the City of Surrey’s Building Division. Basic information about the property will also be requested at the time of application.
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Professionals you may need
A Registered Professional (RP) may be required to provide signed and sealed drawings if the renovation involves changes to the structural elements of the building.
Include the following documents with your Interior Renovation Permit application:
- a Building Permit Application Form;
- an Owner Authorization Form (if the Applicant is not the Owner); and
- a current Title Search of the property (may be obtained from the Land Title Office).
Include the following plans with your Interior Renovation Permit application:
- one (1) set of plans:
- all applicable site plan(s), floor plan(s), construction details.
Most interior renovations involve some form of structural work. If there is any change to the structural elements of a building, sealed and signed structural drawings and schedules may be required.
Other drawings that may be required
If an existing window or door will be enlarged or if a new window or door will be installed, an elevation drawing of the affected building face and a cross section drawing through the wall in which the window or door will be installed are required.
The Building Permit fee is due at the time of your Interior Renovation Permit application.
If applicable, a damage deposit must be paid at the time of application.
After you apply
Once the plan reviewer is satisfied that all the requirements have been met, the Building Permit will be issued and the applicant will be notified. You will be required to have the approved drawing set at the site location at all times during construction.
Other permit information
- Additional Permits
- Related Permits
- Plumbing Permit
- Electrical Permit
- Deck Permit
- Single Family Dwelling Basement Finishing Permit
Separate Plumbing and Electrical permits are required for any plumbing and electrical work. Plumbing and Electrical permits may be applied for only after the Building Permit has been issued.