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Building and Construction Authority Act
(Chapter 30A)
Building and Construction Authority (Importers’ Licensing) Regulations 2011
In exercise of the powers conferred by section 31U of the Building and Construction Authority Act, the Building and Construction Authority, with the approval of the Minister for National Development, hereby makes the following Regulations:
Citation and commencement
1.  These Regulations may be cited as the Building and Construction Authority (Importers’ Licensing) Regulations 2011 and shall come into operation on 15th April 2011.
2.  In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires —
“applicant”, in relation to an application for a licence, an import permit or a storage permit, means the person who will be the holder of the licence, import permit or storage permit, as the case may be, if the application is granted;
“disposal plan”, in relation to a licensee, means a disposal plan regarding the removal from Singapore, destruction or disposal, of any remaining failed construction material in the licensee’s possession;
“failed construction material” means essential construction material the quality of which the Authority determines under section 31L of the Act is not acceptable for use in any building works, street works or railway works in Singapore;
“isolation plan” means an isolation plan regarding the isolation of a consignment of essential construction material subject to, or deemed to be subject to, an isolation order under section 31J(1) of the Act;
“procurement plan” means a procurement plan regarding the import of essential construction materials in accordance with section 31F(1)(c) of the Act;
“register” means the register of licensees required to be kept under section 31S of the Act;
“remaining failed construction material”, in relation to a licensee, means any or both of the following in the licensee’s possession:
(a)any failed construction material;
(b)any other essential construction material extracted or won from the same site as that from which the failed construction material was extracted or won;
“sampling officer” means an assisting officer or enforcement officer, or any other person authorised in writing by the Authority to collect a sample of essential construction material.
3.  These Regulations shall apply to a person who is carrying on any business of importing essential construction material of the following types:
(a)granite aggregate, gravel, stone or overburden which size shall not be more than 75 millimetres at its widest part; and
Made this 28th day of February 2011.
Building and Construction Authority,
[ND202/1-7 Vol. 18; AG/LEG/SL/30A/2005/3 Vol. 1]
(To be presented to Parliament under section 31U(2) of the Building and Construction Authority Act).