Comprehensive Design Plan (CDP)
Comprehensive Design Plans (CDP) are the second phase of a three-phase review process when a development proposal is in a comprehensive design zone (CDZ). CDPs establish the general location, distribution, and size of proposed structures and roadways and describe various development standards and guidelines governing the property. CDPs also describe proposed public benefit features to justify the development density and intensity and ensure the development will not be an unreasonable burden on public facilities. A Homeowner's Minor Amendment to a CDP is required for making home improvements that are not in conformance with the approved CDP.
Pre-Application Conference: Optional
Pre-Application Neighborhood Meeting: Optional
Subdivision and Development Review Committee (SDRC): Comprehensive Design Plan applications are required to be reviewed by SDRC.
Decision-Making Body: Comprehensive Design Plans are ruled upon by the Planning Board.
|Comprehensive Design Plan Fee||$3,000 plus $200 per acre for the first 100 acres, plus $50 per acre over 100|
|Amendment to an approved Comprehensive Design Plan||1/2 of Original Fee|
Public Notice Requirement: Public notice of Planning Board Hearings is satisfied by mailings to adjoining property owners, parties of record, civic associations registered with M-NCPPC, and municipalities and by posting signs with notice of hearing date 30 days prior to hearing.
Estimated Review Time: 4-6 months
Important and Required Documents
Application Forms and Filing Instructions
For Homeowner Minor Amendments Only
Public Notice Requirements
Relevant Development Review Bulletins
Guides and References