Subdividing and Developing Land
Subdividing land requires obtaining 'Entitlements'. Entitlements are the legal process of getting the land ready to build on. TRU Communities can guide you in this process of taking projects through municipalities from concept to final plat map approval, including all aspects of wetland permitting through the U.S. Corps of Engineers, Federal and State Endangered Species Act issues, and many other state and Federal programs. Don't leave your project to chance! Let our experience save you both time and money during the entitlement process.
For a Residential Subdivision, knowing what the current zoning and future land use plan specify for the property, what footprint of the intended homes are, as well as set backs from lot lines, special corner setbacks, public utility easements, etc., are critical to a subdivision's layout. Grading plans that account for individual lot drainage to the street are basic to the planning process. Yet it is suprising how many developments fail to take these and other criteria into account in laying out a subdivision. We at TRU Communities have completed many subdivisions from initial due diligence to final bond release, including the oversight of engineering and neighborhood design, and actual onsite and offsite development, including vertical construction. We are uniquely qualified to help you complete your development plans.
For a Commercial Project, failing to do planning and engineering for required parking, utility location, ingress and egress, flexibility for square footage size, mix of tenants, and a host of other variables often is the difference between success and failure of a project. Let TRU Communities help you with a master plan for your commercial project.
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