Gather all mandatory documents, marked by an asterisk (*) in steps 2 and 3 below, prior to applying for a permit at the Urban Planning counter; otherwise the opening of a file will be denied.
Only a licensed plumber may request a plumbing permit, no application submitted by the resident or his/her representative will be accepted.
A plumbing permit is not required for a gas hot water tank. However, an electric hot water tank does require a plumbing permit.
Required documents for review:
- *A letter describing the scope of the proposed work;
- *A letter from the association of co-owners authorizing the proposed modification;
- *A sketch showing the fixtures to be replaced;
- *A cost estimate for the proposed work before taxes;
- *The RBQ number of your plumbing company.
The following documents may also be required:
- A copy of a recent certificate of location showing the current conditions of the property;
In case of sewer work, the water entry location must be indicated on the certificate of location.
This list is a summary. Please note that additional documents or information may be required in order to provide a better understanding of the project and contribute to the request process. (By-Law #1300, article 65, point 14o)
Once you have gathered all the information:
- The plumber must contact the plumbing inspector to obtain the permit (Tom Souleles, Plumbing Inspector | 514 989-5348 | email@example.com)
- Only the plumber may apply for and obtain the permit.
- The permit fee consists of a $45 flat fee plus $16,50 per fixture (same applies to sewer and water entry).