—(1) Without prejudice to the requirements of regulation 43 of the Building Control Regulations 2003 (G.N. No. S 666/2003), a temporary occupation permit or, in a case where no such permit is earlier applied for, a certificate of statutory completion shall not be granted in respect of any completed building works where the application for a temporary occupation permit or certificate of statutory completion, as the case may be, is not accompanied by a Green Mark Certificate to show that the required Green Mark Certification has been achieved or where the works are subject to a minimum Green Mark score —
a declaration from each appropriate practitioner who assessed the completed building works or any part thereof using the Code, stating the numerical score he assigned the building works or part thereof under regulation 5 and that the numerical score is correct;
a statement from the qualified person appointed under section 8(1)(a) or 11(1)(d)(i) of the Act to prepare the plans of those building works in accordance with the Act that the total (using the scoring methodology specified in the Code) of all numerical scores assigned by every appropriate practitioner who assessed the building works or part thereof is not less than the minimum Green Mark score applicable to those building works; and
the total (using the scoring methodology specified in the Code) of all numerical scores assigned by the appropriate practitioners referred to in sub-paragraph (a).
(2) On completion of any building works, the developer of the building works shall, when applying for a temporary occupation permit or a certificate of statutory completion, whichever is the earlier, submit to the Commissioner of Building Control —
the documents referred to in paragraph (1)(a), (b) and (c); and
such other documents as the Commissioner of Building Control may require in any particular case.