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Bahagian Promosi dan Perkembangan Keusahawan Bhg.IBahagian Promosi dan Perkembangan Keusahawan Bhg.IIBahagian Hubungan Antarabangsa dan Perkembangan Perdagangan
1: How do we apply for earthworks or building development approval within the Development Control Competent Authority (DCCA) areas?Answer: For earthworks and building development approval, you must:a. Make sure that the land is situated either within or outside the Development Control Competent Authority (DCCA) area.b. If it has been ascertained that the land is within the Development Control Competent Authority (DCCA) area, then you may:i. Appoint an “R” registered architect (Qualified Person) for submission of an application for building one (1) house only;ii. Appoint an “A” registered architect (Qualified Person) for submission of an application for building from four (4) houses and above;iii. Submit a proposed plan for earthworks by yourself or appoint an “A” or “R” registered architect to submit on your behalf. c. Submit an application form together with a proposed plan for earthworks or building development to the DCCA members for them to process and issue approval (a certificate).
2: What do you mean by Development Control Competent Authority (DCCA) areas?Answer: DCCA areas mean the areas that have been declared by the Minister according to the Town and Country Planning Act 1972; that is the areas that fall within 500 meters along both road sides and measured from the centre of main road and some specified areas declared in the government gazette.
3: Which areas are declared as Development Control (DCCA) Areas?Answer: There are fourteen (14) areas that have been declared as DCCA areas, They are as follows:The areas along main roads:1. Jalan Muara2. Jalan Berakas3. Jalan Kota Batu4. Jalan Gadong5. Jalan Tutong/BSB6. Jalan Tutong/SeriaSpecified DCCA declared areas:1. Gadong Development Control Area2. Muara Development Control Area3. Subok Development Control Area4. Jerudong Development Control Area5. Kiulap-Pusar Ulak Link Road Development Control Area6. Tungku Link Road Development Control Area7. Jalan Berakas Development Control Area8. Diplomatic Enclave /Jalan Kebangsaan Development Control Area
4: Who are DCCA members?Answer: DCCA members consist of:Chairman: Commissioner of Town and Country PlanningMembers:1. Director General of Public Works2. Director of Health and Medical Services3. Director of Fire and Rescue 4. Commissioner of land5. Surveyor General6. Director of Electrical Services7. Director of Telecommunications [Now CEO Telecom Brunei Berhad (TelBru)]8. Director of Ports9. Director of Environments, Parks and Recreations (Ad-hoc)10. Director of Brunei Industrial National Authority[BINA] (Ad-hoc)
5: What are the application procedures for earthworks and building development within the DCCA areas?Answer: The application procedures consist of two (2) stages:Stage One (1):• The registered architect may submit plans to all relevant DCCA members;• To obtain a certificate from the Town and Country Planning Department (TCPD), TCPD shall provide:- One Form C to be filled in by applicant/architect; - Upon receiving the completed Form C; then- If TCPD has satisfied with the ‘pegging’ and ‘setting out’ as well as the marking of boundary stones within the site;- Then only Stage Two (2) can proceed.Stage Two (2):The architect (QP) shall collect and compile all the certificates from all DCCA members and submit 2 new sets of plans (which have complied with all the amendments required) to TCPD for approval.
6: How long the process of Stage One (1) and Stage Two (2) applications will take?Answer: For Stage One (1), it will take 28 (working days); andFor Stage Two (2), it will take 14 (working days).
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