One of the most common reasons for delays during permit review is that the development application is incomplete. Here are some of the more common missing items from a development application.
- If you have wetlands on your property, be sure to submit a certified survey of the wetland boundaries as delineated by an environmental professional within the last five years. A list of local environmental consultants can be downloaded here. If wetland impacts are proposed, please contact this office at (321) 633-2016, to determine whether impacts are permittable. If permittable, a mitigation plan compensating for all wetland impacts is required.
- A tree and vegetation survey is required for lots greater than 1.25 acres if they have an existing tree canopy, or trees larger than 10 inches in diameter at breast height.
- If your property is located on the Indian River Lagoon system, St. Johns River, or Lake Washington, a survey is required depicting an applicable surface water protection buffer establishment line. Please contact this office at (321) 633-2016 for more information.
- If your property is located on the Atlantic coast, a survey conducted within the last 180 days depicting the 1981 FDEP CCCL and Brevard County CSL is required. Please contact this office at (321) 633-2016 for more information.
- Applications submitted though our office cannot be processed until all fees are paid.