Safety Codes Permits

Builder Licensing - New Home Buyer Protection Amendment Act
In its aim to strengthen protection of consumers who purchase a new home, the New Home Buyer Protection Amendment Act, if passed, will create a Builder Licensing Program. The Bill is anticipated to come into force December 2017.

The Program will require potential builders to first obtain a licence in order to build as a requirement for obtaining warranty coverage and building permits in Alberta. To ensure construction activities are not disrupted, the program will be phased in at the enforcement date with full implementation planned for May 1, 2018.

Download the full Builder Licensing Overview

Note: As of February 1, 2014, appropriate warranty coverage is required before applying for a building permit. More information on home warranties can be found here:

http://www.homewarranty.alberta.ca/
http://www.municipalaffairs.gov.ab.ca/alberta_home_warranties

Helpful Tips and Information

The following are some helpful answers to commonly asked questions:

Locate a Private Sewage Installer
Private Sewage Safety Tips 
Permits & Compliance Reference Guide 
Do I Need a Building Permit? 
Septic Sense - resources for responsible septic management

Applications

Most types of construction projects require both a Development Permit along with a Building Permit. This includes major renovations to existing buildings as well as the construction of new buildings. Below you will find applications for download:
The Inspections Group Inc. is appointed by Lamont County to issue building permits, electrical permits, gas permits, plumbing permits, and sewage permits. Please forward the applications for inspections to:

The Inspections Group

12010 – 111 Ave
Edmonton, Alberta T5G 0E6

Ph: 780-454-5048
Fax: 780-454-5222
Toll-free Ph: 1-866-554-5048
Toll-free Fax: 1-866-454-5222
Web: http://www.inspectionsgroup.com/