Building Regulation Board - Appeals
As per CAP 513 of the Laws of Malta titled the BUILDING REGULATION ACT, an appeal against any ruling, decision, order or direction issued by the Director, Building Regulation Office may be submitted to the Building Regulation Board as follows:
a - either physically at Horn Works Ditch, Emvin Cremona Street, Floriana FRN1280, Malta
b - or by electronic email on email@example.com.
The following are the procedures for an applicant to lodge an appeal to the Building Regulation Board (BRB) under CAP 513, BUILDING REGULATION ACT :
Applicants are to submit a signed copy of all necessary documentation, to be filed at the Office of the Building Regulation Board or by electronic mail on firstname.lastname@example.org and which must include:
- Appeal submission, justification and a technical report if necessary
- All Plans and Drawings
- Site plan
- PA permit if applicable
- All quoted permits / decisions, cited or referred to documents have to be presented and not just the reference number cited - eg quoted PA permit – necessary copies of the cited permit must be presented
Time frame to submit appeal – twenty (20) calendar days from the issue of the ruling, order or direction issued by the Director, Building Regulation Office
In the appeal submission, applicant is to name any witnesses which he/she intends to produce
The decisions of the Board in regard to appeals submitted to it against any ruling, decision, order or direction issued by the Director, Building Regulation Office shall be final except with respect to points of law, from which there shall lie the right to appeal to the Court of Appeal (Inferior Jurisdiction). Appeals to the Court of Appeal (Inferior Jurisdiction) from appeals decisions of the Board shall be made by means of an application filed in the registry of that court, within twenty (20) days from the date on which that decision has been notified to the parties and such appeals shall be regulated by such rules of court as may be made in accordance with article 29 of the Code of Organization and Civil Procedure.