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Only Building and Development permits issued by the Land Division are included in this search. If you applied for a development permit through your municipality, direct your status inquiry to your municipal planning or administrative office. To check the status of your provincial building/...
The online, Building and Development Permit application, below is currently available, only, for non-residential projects greater than 186 m2 (2000 ft2) and located outside municipal boundaries of Charlottetown, Summerside or Stratford. In the future, this online service will be expanded to include...
Home heat tank means an above ground petroleum storage tank that has a capacity of 2200 litres or less, is installed in a fixed location and is connected or intended to be connected to oil burning equipment. Only a licensed installer can install, alter, or remove a home heat tank.
To obtain a permit you must complete this application and forward it to the Department.
The Land Matters Advisory Committee has completed its final report with recommendations on how land use, ownership, and planning can be improved in PEI. The report, Now is the Time, was developed by the committee with information from previous land reports and public input through a survey and more...
Only electrical contractors licensed to do work in PEI can apply for an electrical permit. Electrical permits are required for all electrical work on PEI.
Application for Restricted Contractor Licence (Electrical).
Application Form for Registered Technician Licence (Electrical).
Submit Online: Apply for an Electrical Permit
Electrical permits are required for all electrical work on PEI.