Land planning is an iterative process. It explores conceptual development goals through the opportunities and constraints established by local jurisdictions in congruence with the site-specific context. It is divided into four phases including Feasibility, Entitlement, Compliance, and Construction.
Projects of different sizes have different requirements. Different types of projects, such as lot line adjustments, grading plans, subdivisions, building permits or new septic system designs, each have their own procedures and regulations for approval. These procedures and regulations often vary from one jurisdiction to another.
Between SJLA’s experience with these regulations, codes and ordinances and the collaborative relationships we’ve cultivated with city and county engineers and planners, our team transforms this arduous workflow into a manageable experience for our clients.
Tentative map for minor and major subdivisions
Conditional use permits
Planned unit developments
Site plan and architectural review committee (SPARC)
Project review and advisory committee (PRAC)
Commercial & Residential Development
Land Use Planning
Open Space, Housing, Urban & Mixed-Use Development