Building Control Act, 1990


7.—(1) An applicant who is dissatisfied with the decision of a building control authority on an application pursuant to—

(a) section 4 , for a dispensation from, or relaxation of, any requirement of building regulations, or

(b) section 6 (2) (a) (ii), for a fire safety certificate, or

(c) section 6 (2) (a) (iii), for a certificate of approval,

may appeal to An Bord Pleanála.

(2) An Bord Pleanála, after consideration of an appeal under this section, shall either (as it thinks proper) refuse the appeal or allow the appeal subject, where it thinks fit, to the attachment, amendment or deletion of conditions.

(3) The Minister may, by regulations, specify—

(a) the manner in which an appeal is to be made pursuant to this section,

(b) the time within which such appeals may be made,

(c) the charging of fees for making such appeals,

(d) the procedure to be adopted on such appeals,

(e) such incidental, supplementary, consequential and transitional provisions (including modification or application of any provision of this Act or of the Local Government (Planning and Development) Acts, 1963 to 1983) as appear to the Minister to be necessary for the purposes of this section.