Building Control Act 2007
Removal from register (Part 3).
20.— (1) Subject to subsection (3), a registered professional may apply to the Registrar to have his or her name removed from the register and, on receipt of the application and on payment of the specified fee, the Registrar shall remove it.
(2) A person whose name has been removed from the register may apply to the Registrar to have his or her name restored to the register and, on application and payment of the specified fee, but subject to any conditions imposed by the Admissions Board with respect to such restoration, the Registrar shall restore it to the register.
(3) Where a complaint is being investigated by the Professional Conduct Committee under Part 6 in relation to a person, no application shall be entertained by the Registrar to remove the person’s name from the register until the investigation has been completed and the Committee has decided what action to take.
(4) Nothing in this section shall prevent a Professional Conduct Committee from refusing to restore a person’s name to the register on the grounds of unfitness to practise architecture or attaching conditions to such restoration.
(5) Where the Professional Conduct Committee decides to refuse to so restore a person’s name or decides to attach conditions to such restoration, the Registrar shall forthwith send a notice to the person by prepaid registered post to the last address given in the register informing the person of the decision, the date on which it was made and the reasons for it.