Building Permit Process Information

One who wants to build any kind of building within the territory of the Kathmandu Metropolitan City should get Building Permission from the municipality before starting construction. Construction should comply the Building Code set by the Government of Nepal and the Kathmandu Metropolitan City. After completion, the building owner should apply for completion certificate. KMC issues Completion Certificate only after field verification to ensure that the construction is as per the approved design, drawing and building codes.


Contains all the Building Permit Application Forms to be filled by the applicant (house owner) to apply for building permit.


See all the building permit related documents required to be submitted along with the application form.


List of all registered designers that has been registered in KMC and has liscence from Engineering Council..


List of mason trained by DUDBC / NEST and other related organizations for earthquake resistance building.


List of TOT organized by DUDBC / NEST and other related organizations for earthquake resistance building.

Designer List
# Photo Designer Detail
46 Name : Ananta Paudel
Mun. Reg. No : 2605
Council No : 15252
Contact No : 9841172041
Address : Shankhamul
47 Name : Anesh Maharjan
Mun. Reg. No : 2599
Council No : 14023
Contact No : 9849277960
Address : Jyatha
48 Name : Angel Thapa
Mun. Reg. No : 2706
Council No : 18693
Contact No : 9851240372
Address : Dhading
49 Name : Anil Bhatta
Mun. Reg. No : 2159
Council No : 7770
Contact No : 014025558
Address : Dharmasthali
50 1867.jpg Name : Anil Kumar Regmi
Mun. Reg. No : 1867
Council No : 346
Contact No :
Address : Putalibazar-13, Syagja

Contact Address

KMC E-BPS Project
Kathmandu City Office
Bagh Durbar, P.O.Box: 8416
Kathmandu, Nepal

Welcome To E-BPS

E-BPS is an application software system which has been developed to assist municipalities to improve their current building permit process. It does this by ensuring the effective compliance of the NBC and BBL in urban regions, thus promoting safe building practices and planned urban development for the entire nation. UNDP has currently planned to implement E-BPS in Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) and Lalitpur Sub Metropolitan City (LSMC).