Small scale work permits

Small-scale work is required in a series of small jobs in buildings that are legally present, for example:

  • Installation of prefabricated houses
  • The construction of a lift for the transportation of people with disabilities to existing buildings.
  • Scaffolding.
  • Placement of construction sites.
  • Exterior coloring or rail replacement or repair of facings using scaffolding.
  • Lining and replacement of curtain walls.
  • Installation of external thermal insulation or passive solar systems on exterior facades of existing buildings, provided the facades are not altered.
  • Maintenance, roof repair using scaffolding.
  • Replacement of the roof, in the same dimensions, without changing the volume and without increasing the final height of the building and the roof.
  • Installation of solar and photovoltaic systems.

Business premises licenses

Our company is able to undertake the process of licensing your business in an efficient, fast and economic way. Proper sequence of procedures, avoiding unpredictable situations, and combining work execution and document filing at the right time can greatly reduce procedures, reduce installation costs, and make the business profitable earlier.

Our company, in accordance with the requirements of the current legislation, undertakes the preparation of the necessary studies and plans, as well as the complete processing of the works, both to the competent Municipality for the issuance of the necessary license for establishment and operation and to all the competent Services, Health Service, Fire Service, Urban Planning, etc.).

We briefly mention the following instances:
Permits for hygiene stores such as food shops, restaurants, pizzerias, cafes etc. Licensing is based on OA Aβ / 8577/83, as supplemented by subsequent Ministerial Decisions.

Licenses for craft and industrial installations

The licenses of industry and laboratories up to a magnitude of power and nuisance are issued by the relevant departments of the Region (Development Directorate) after obtaining the assent and approvals from the competent services eg. Sanitary Control Division, Fire Brigade, Urban Planning, Environment Directorate, etc.

Environmental Impact Assessments – Approvals of Environmental Terms

Environmental Impact Assessments are a statutory human effort to preserve the quality of the environment and its impact on the construction of a technical project. Impacts may be direct or indirect, reversible or not, and may affect the natural and anthropogenic environment positively or negatively.

Our expert designers produce environmental impact studies for the licensing of projects and activities where all available alternatives are considered from the perspective of sustainable development so that environmental intervention can be done through a rational and objective process of choosing the best solution both for the needs of the local community, and the adaptation of the business.

This process includes one or more environmental impact studies depending on the stage of the project or activity, which are submitted for approval to the respective environmental authorities.
The EIAs describe the technical work, the current state of the environment, the environmental domains likely to be affected, the possible impacts, and proposed impact mitigation measures, as well as alternatives, proposals or restrictions, so that the project can be constructed and operate within the existing legal framework.

In summary, an EIA study includes the following steps:

  • ICM specifications
  • Submission of EIA Facility to the competent environmental authority,
  • Checking the completeness of the ICU Facility,
  • Public consultation
  • Opinion from services with special responsibilities (Ministry of Culture, Tourism)
  • Final Approval of Environmental Terms (AEPA) for the construction and operation of a project or activity.

Archeology Approvals

Change use of spaces
In buildings that have a lawful building permit, it is possible to change the use of the building or a part of it, from the use with which the building permit was issued to another use such as from a shop to a dwelling or vice versa. This change requires a new change of use license.
Typically, a change in the use of a building or part of a building is also accompanied by space configuration work.

The change of use process requires modification of the studies submitted in the original license:

  • defining the functions of the building
  • Building the building program
  • Preliminary architectural design and alternatives
  • Definitive architectural study
  • Application study
  • Construction supervision