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Are you excited to get your new addition built and have no time to waste on the permit process? Here is what you need to do to avoid the lengthy Use Permit Discretionary Review process.
Here are the steps on how the permitting process works for residential projects in Berkeley, California.
The ministerial approval process or also called "as of right" permitting is the most favorite permitting process for a home owner or a developer who wants to get the entitlements for their project. This is the fastest way to get plans approved by the city because the review process is streamlined.
Here you can find out the cost, time and check list to apply for an ADU and work related to ADU construction.
New to build an ADU? Here are 10 steps you need to know in order to start your project.
Ministerial approval is the fastest way to get your permits and start your project. SB-9 eligible projects will successfully go thought the permit process because they skip the long and unpredictable neighborhood notification requirement and take the ministerial review path instead.
There are quite a few options on what you could build on your lot based on SB-9. Here we've described couple of scenarios for you to quickly understand the parameters.
Proposed legislation will cut unnecessary processes and expand incentives for housing that fits within approved zoning laws.
Discretionary review is part of the Project Application to obtain permits to build in San Francisco. Any project that is not eligible for same-day approval at the Planning Counter must submit a Project Application. This includes any Building Permit Application that requires an intake for Planning Department review, including for environmental evaluation, and any application for a development entitlement