Temporary Certificate of Occupancy not allowing removal of parking bays for permanent structures

Discussion in 'Development' started by Malusi, May 9, 2018.

  1. Malusi

    Malusi New Member

    Good day,

    I have an issue where a retail building doesn't have a full certificate of occupancy but a temporary one, denying an opportunity to put up permanent structures in the parking area that will reduce the parking bays for the building.

    My question is, how does one classify a "temporary" structure as opposed to a "permanent" one and what are the steps one should take to legally remove parking bays "temporarily" to make a redevelopment possible?

    It would also help to have the rule explained in general.

  2. lookinginvest

    lookinginvest Member


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