Electronic Identity of Buildings
1What is exactly the electronic identity of a building?
The Electronic building identity is an important process that will facilitate citizens, engineers and the state. Through this procedure, every property in the Greek Territory must, according to the new law, acquire an elec-tronic building identity in order to be subject to the electronic system of the Ministry of Environment.
2What does the owner gain from the Building Electronic Identity?
With the acquisition of the electronic identity, the building / apartment will be completely Legal and will have all the requirements of conveyanc-ing - rent without further demands (Engineers, etc.). Also, for each prop-erty that will be included in this process (mandatory by law), each owner will be able to certify the legality or not of the property, to have all the contour folder plans, to be aware of the energy classification of the prop-erty, as well as its static adequacy.
3What does the Electronic Building Identity include?
The Electronic Building Identity includes: • Building permit/licence and any revision of this • Approved contour plans • Certification of Energy Efficiency • Construction Inspection Certificate • Floor plans • Static adequacy study • Table of millimetres • Video with the premises and facilities of the build-ing • Building Identity Full Certificate
4What about the case of the Electronic Identity of the Apartment Building?
In the case of apartment buildings where horizontal or vertical properties have been established, the Engineer responsible for the whole building may be appointed by a decision of the majority of the owners in accordance with the rules set out in the building, otherwise by a simple majority. The whole building needs to be inspected for completion.
5How often should the Building's Electronic Identity be checked and completed?
The inspections of the electronic identity of buildings are carried out by the compe-tent engineers obligatorily and depending on the category of the property as follows: • Every 8 years for public gathering buildings • Every 10 years for homes • Every 15 years for warehouses and car stations