—(1) A builder who intends to erect any worker’s quarters, site office, store, builder’s shed or other similar type of temporary building comprising 2 storeys or more and required in connection with any building works relating to permanent buildings shall engage a professional engineer to design and supervise the erection of the temporary building.
(2) An owner who intends to erect any show-flat or show-house comprising 2 storeys or more shall engage a professional engineer to design and supervise the erection of the show-flat or show-house.
(3) On completion of the temporary building, the professional engineer engaged under paragraph (1) or (2) shall furnish the builder or the owner, as the case may be, with all the plans, designs and calculations of the building together with a certificate of inspection and completion in such form as the Commissioner of Building Control may require.
(4) The builder or the owner, as the case may be, shall not permit any of the temporary buildings referred to in paragraphs (1) and (2) to be occupied unless paragraph (3) has been complied with.
(5) The builder or the owner shall —
at all times maintain records of the documents referred to in paragraph (3) at the site of such temporary buildings;
produce the records referred to in sub-paragraph (a) for inspection when required to do so by the Commissioner of Building Control; and
forthwith demolish such building on completion of the permanent building or building works in connection with which such building was erected or at any time required by the Commissioner of Building Control.
(6) Any person who contravenes or fails to comply with this regulation shall be guilty of an offence.