If the license owner of the establishment is a company, the relevant application form must be signed by the company's lawful representative(s) according to the signature(s) on the identity document(s). A copy of the representative(s)' identity document(s) (front and reverse side on the same page) as well as the company chop must be appended to the application.
If the license owner of the establishment is an individual, he/she should sign the relevant application form according to the signature on the identity document, with a copy of the identity document (front and reverse side on same page) attached.
If the license owner of the establishment authorises others to make the application on his/her behalf, the original letter of authorisation with notarised signature(s), or a certified copy of such, must be submitted. Copy of the identity document(s) of the authorised person(s) must be enclosed (front and reverse side on same page).
One original and four copies of the following documents must be submitted:
Floor plan, elevation and reinforcement plan in a scale of 1:100 clearly stating alterations to be made;
Memorandum of description and illustration of alterations, including parts differing from those stated in approved plans;
A copy of receipt and M6 form with its index issued by DSSOPT.
##If applicant chooses a general application procedure instead, one original with six copies for documents listed under point 2 and a declaration【G Model 702】 should be submitted to MGTO on this purpose. Forms can be downloaded from MGTO Industry Net or available from MGTO/MGSC/ MGSC-I.
Design plans of all establishments must be drawn up by architects, civil engineers or technicians, in the field of electronic engineering or mechanical engineering, fire-fighting engineering companies, building contractors or construction companies, all registered with the Lands, Public Works and Transport Department (DSSOPT). All plans require signatures of applicants and relevant technicians.
Original identity document of person submitting documents must be shown.