Local Law 106 of 2019 was created to change the administrative code for the submittal of construction documents, applicant and owner statements, and the tenant protection plan. As of November 10th, 2020, there are new requirements for the New Tenant Protection Plan and Updates to the TTP1 and PW2 forms. In regards to the Tenant Protection Plan, the changes are as follows:
The Registered Design Professional (RDP) who
prepares the Tenant Protection Plan (TPP) must be retained by the general
contractor to ensure the job will be complete.
· The new TTP1 form for the Tenant Protection Plan includes a certification that the RDP was retained by the general contractor and a Professional Certification Statement & Signature. This will be the only version accepted as of December 7th, 2020.
2. The permit holder must sign a statement certifying that the TPP submitted by the RDP coordinates with the scope of work intended.
- This will be indicated by a change on the PW2: Work Application Permit, as highlighted
below. This will also be the only version accepted as of December 7th,
You are excluded from compliance with the TPP changes if
your work is limited to;
One- and two-family homes.
2. Interior work in a single dwelling unit of an occupied multiple dwelling that does not disturb any essential services of the other units.