Occupancy Certificate

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Once the building construction is complete, one should acquire Occupancy Certificate. the application is to be made to the planning department of the GMC.

Process Flow:

  • Application is to be made to the Planning Branch of GMC with all required documents.
  • The field Engineer will inspect the construction of building within 21 days and will submit a report on:
    • Existence of Rain Water Harvesting provision.
    • Availability of Parking Space in the area provided as per drawing.
    • Segregation of Waste and handover of waste to the authorized NGOs.
    • Plantation of minimum 10 nos. of evergreen trees inside the plot.
  • After submission of report by the Field Engineer, the Occupancy Certificate is issued to the applicant.

Eligibility Criteria:

The person applying for the occupancy certificate must have already completed the building construction with a building permit from GMC.


There is no registration fee.

Documents Required:

  • Completion Certificate submitted by RTP.
  • Form 27
  • Form 16
  • Form 17
  • Form 18
  • Form 19
  • Form 21
  • Certificate from the Chief Electrical Inspector cum Adviser, Assam.
  • NOC for License to use the Lift from the Chief Inspector of Lifts and Escalators, Assam.
  • NOC from the Director of Fire and Emergency Services, Assam.

Type of Service:

It is not an online service.

Forms to be filled:

Whom to Contact:

1. Deepak Bezbarua 
Associate Planner 
Planning Branch, GMC 
1st Floor, Uzanbazar, GMC Office
Ph: 9435031895

2. Santanu Saikia 
Associate Planner 
Planning Branch, GMC 
1st Floor, Uzanbazar, GMC Office
Ph: 9127057816
email: santanudas.apgmc@gmail.com

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