The mandatory reviews pertaining to a building permit are determined in the permit and they are also one of the conditions for granting the permit. In construction projects, these also include marking the construction site and a location review (Section 150 of MRL and Section 75 of MRA) for each permit.

The construction site can only be marked after a building permit has been granted for it. The response time for measurements is three weekdays from the date the marking request is submitted. The reviews are included in permit fees approved by the City Council, and they are not subject to a separate charge.

The building’s elevation is marked into the terrain in connection with marking the construction site. The location review reviews the actual construction, and the related geographic information is also provided to other public authorities. The location review is requested by the lead engineer. If a request has not been submitted, the construction sites are inspected by area without a separate notification to the constructor.