The number of declarations in the Central Emission Register of Buildings (CEEB) is growing. On Wednesday, it exceeded 4 million – informed the General Office of Construction Supervision (GUNB). Failure to submit a declaration on time may result in a fine of up to PLN 500, and if the case goes to court – up to PLN 5,000. For heat sources launched before July 1, 2021, this should be done by June 30.
Building owners have until the end of June 2022 to submit their declarations. This, however, applies to those heat sources that were in operation before July 1, 2021. If the house has a new heating source and it was installed and put into operation after this date, the footnotes give 14 days for the application.
The latest data from the office shows that on Wednesday after 3 p.m. the number of declarations regarding heat sources and fuel combustion exceeded 4 million. “Wow !!! Today, June 1, we have already exceeded … the #CEEB declaration. The exact number at 3:17 pm is: 4 016 634. The last month is ahead of us. We would like to remind you that for heat sources launched before July 1, 2021 . We have until June 30 this year. ” – GUNB informed in a post on Twitter.
Central Register of Emissivity of Buildings – declarations
The obligation to submit a declaration by building owners and managers to CEEB applies to heat sources not exceeding 1 megawatt. In this case, it is, for example, home boiler rooms fired with coal or gas. If the building is heated with renewable energy – e.g. a heat pump, this will also have to be reported. This also applies when energy is supplied to the building via the district heating network.
Declarations can be submitted in two forms: electronic and paper. In the first case, the application should be submitted via the website zone.gunb.gov.pl and have a trusted profile or an electronic ID card. In the case of a paper form, it must be submitted to the appropriate office (city / commune) due to the location of our building. The clerk will then authenticate the application and enter the relevant information into the CEEB.
Applications must be submitted by owners of single-family houses, owners of multi-unit buildings (e.g. housing cooperatives and communities) and owners or managers of service and commercial premises.
Failure to submit a declaration to the CEEB on time may result in a fine of up to PLN 500. – And if the case goes to court, it may even amount to PLN 5,000. Therefore, we encourage you not to postpone this obligation, submit a declaration as soon as possible and avoid unpleasant consequences – appealed previously acting chief construction supervision inspector Dorota Cabańska.
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