A Tenant Protection Plan (TPP) is required when buildings are occupied during ongoing construction work. Here’s what you need to do to comply with this rule:Check if this applies to you before proceeding
For more details, take a look at the most recent Service Notice issued by the DOB. Stay tuned for more enforcement updates on the recently passed construction & housing regulations!
Keep in mind it is the owner’s responsibility to arrange the preparation and filing of the Tenant protection plan(Occupied residential buildings) or OPP-Occupant protection plan(occupied commercial buildings)Watch the video below to learn more about the Tenant protection plan as explained by NYC DOB. Need to prepare the tenant protection plan, site safety plan, or Occupant protection plan Give us a call at 347-649-4219 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
How to file Tenant protection plan
For occupied buildings, a tenant protection plan must be prepared by Registered Design Professional and submitted to Building Department for approval. We can provide both the preparation and filing services to the Building Department. Feel free to reach out to us in case you need our help. For occupied commercial buildings occupant protection plan must be prepared by a Registered design professional. This occupant protection plan does not require to be submitted to DOB for approval but must be kept at the site at all times.