Application for registration in the list of external service providers at the Chamber of Architects of Lower Saxony (Section 14 NArchtG)

The professional title "architect", "interior architect", "landscape architect" and "urban planner" may only be used by external service providers if they are entered under the respective designation in the list of external service providers of the Lower Saxony Chamber of Architects or a comparable directory of another federal state. The same applies to word links with one of the job titles (e.B. architects' group) or similar names (e.B. architectural office). Service providers who do not have a domicile or a professional establishment in the Federal Republic of Germany and who wish to provide temporary and occasional services to the respective occupational group in Lower Saxony using the professional title are considered to be "pending". If an entry is already in a corresponding list of another Federal State, an additional registration in Lower Saxony is not necessary. It is possible to be registered with the addition "free-standing". External service providers must notify the first-time performance of services in advance.

The application shall be attached to the following documents: a certificate that the service provider is legally established in a Member State of the European Union, another Contracting State to the Agreement on the European Economic Area or a State assimilated by agreement and that it is not, even temporarily, prohibited from practising the profession, in a Member State of the European Union, or in a State assimilated by an agreement. in the event that neither the profession nor the training for the profession is regulated in the State of establishment, proof that the profession has been practised for at least one year in one or more of the States referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 in the last ten years. Proof of professional qualification Copies of the diploma certificate and the diploma certificate or copy of the bachelor's and master's certificate and a copy of the respective diploma as well as the respective diploma supplement for proof of a degree in the field of architecture with a standard study period of at least four years. In the fields of interior design, landscape architecture and urban planning, the standard study period must be at least three years of study. Applicants from a Member State of the EU or another State Party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area or to a State assimilated by Agreement: Certificate from the competent body of the country of origin of the conformity of training with the European Professional Qualifications Directive (BARL - 2005/36/EC), e.B. in accordance with Article 46 i.V.m. V No 5.7.1, Annex VI or Article 49(2) BARL In the case of foreign studies outside the EU, the EEA or equivalent countries: Copies of certificates and certificates of diplomas. The documents must show the standard duration of study and the content of the training with the respective time ranges. In addition, proof of a full-time professional activity of at least 2 years, correspondingly longer, in the essential professional tasks in accordance with Sections 2 (1), 5 and 6 of the NArchtG For registration with the addition "free-standing": Declaration on the free-to-use status Information on insurance cover


Forms: Application for registration in the list of external service providers of the Lower Saxony Chamber of Architects, together with the above-mentioned evidence online (insert link as soon as set up) or in writing

Preconditions
External service providers must notify the first-time provision of a service in the fields of architecture, interior design, landscape architecture or urban planning in writing using the Chamber of Architects and register it in the list of external service providers. The display must be presented 1. a certificate certifying that the service provider is legally established in a Member State of the European Union, another State Party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area or a State assimilated by agreement and that it is not, even temporarily, prohibited from practising the profession; 2. a certificate of professional qualification and 3. in the event that neither the profession nor the training for the profession is regulated in the State of establishment, proof that the profession has been practised for at least one year in one or more of the States referred to in point 1 for at least one year in the last ten years. When it is first displayed, the Chamber of Architects checks the professional qualifications of the external service provider. If the professional qualification of the service provider from another Member State of the European Union, another Contracting State to the Agreement on the European Economic Area or a State assitised by agreement falls so far short of the requirements of Paragraph 6 of the NArchtG that the lack of knowledge, skills and competences endangers public health or safety, and the lack of knowledge, skills and competences cannot be compensated by professional experience or other proven relevant qualifications. , the Chamber of Architects shall provide the service provider with the opportunity to prove, through an aptitude test, that he or she has acquired the knowledge, competences or competences necessary to exclude this risk. A foreign service provider who is not established in a Member State of the European Union, another Contracting State to the Agreement on the European Economic Area or a State assitised by an agreement shall be entered on the list of external service providers upon request if he or she holds the competence in accordance with Section 5(1) (2) Of No. Registration must be refused if there are facts showing that the applicant does not have the reliability required for the profession. An external service provider is entered on request with the addition of "free-standing" in the register if she carries out her profession independently and informs the Chamber of Architects of its insurance cover.
An application for registration must be submitted in writing or online using the form available. The following evidence shall be attached to the application. The registration committee at the Chamber of Architects of Lower Saxony examines and decides on the entry in the list. When it is first reported, the Chamber of Architects checks the professional qualifications of the external service provider, unless the advertisement provides a certificate of training in accordance with Section 7 (1) of the NArchtG. In the case of applicants from another Member State of the European Union, another State Party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area or a State assimilated by agreements, the Chamber of Architects shall inform the service provider of the results of the examination within one month of receipt of the complete documents. If the examination is not possible in due time, it shall inform the reasons for the delay of the service provider within the month period. The decision must be taken before the end of the second month after receipt of the full documents. If the professional qualification of the service provider falls so far below the requirements of Section 6 of the NArchtG that the lack of knowledge, competences and competences endanger public health or safety, and the lack of knowledge, competences and competences cannot be compensated by professional experience or other proven relevant qualifications, the Chamber of Architects shall give the service provider the opportunity to prove that it is qualified by means of an aptitude test. that he or she has acquired the knowledge, skills or competences necessary to exclude such risk. A foreign service provider who is not established in a Member State of the European Union, another Contracting State to the Agreement on the European Economic Area or a State assitised by an agreement shall be entered on the list of external service providers upon request if he or she holds the competence in accordance with Section 5(1) (2) Of No. A certificate is issued of the list of the list, which also gives the right to keep the professional title. If one year has passed since the last advertisement and the external service provider intends to continue to provide services in Lower Saxony and to carry the professional title, he or she must notify the Chamber of Architects.