Permit Expiry and Extensions - Frequently Asked Questions Body Content How do I know which inspections to book?You would have received a building permit card when your permit was issued. The second page of the building permit card indicates the mandatory inspections required for your permit (Sample).Do I have to extend my permit?If you intend to complete construction, yes, you need to request an extension to your permit. Download the Permit Extension Application Email the completed application to email@example.com. If approved, an extension fee of $243.84 will be applicable and the permit will be valid for a maximum of six months after the original date of expiry. Can I request for my permit to be revoked? Yes, if you no longer will be proceeding with construction, you can request to revoke your permit. The same application form is used for this process. Download the Revocation Request Form In some cases, depending on how far construction is progressing, we may deny your request for revocation. Submit the application form to firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no fee to revoke a permit. What if my permit is about to expire and work has already started?If your permit is about to expire and work has already started, you need to begin booking inspections. Book an Inspection Online Can I extend my permit more than once?A permit extension is unlikely to be accepted if a previous extension for that permit has already been granted. I am new owner, is there a way to extend the permit? Before you extend the permit, you will need to you to transfer the ownership of the original permit into the new owner’s name. Please complete a Transfer of Ownership Request Form and submit it to email@example.com. You will receive payment link to process the fee for the transfer of ownership.