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Pre-preliminary Plan

Pre-preliminary Plan

Definition:

A Pre-preliminary plan is an optional step in the subdivision process that allows an applicant to submit a conceptual plan to receive advice on certain aspects of the proposed subdivision. The plan can be submitted for staff review only or can go before the Planning Board for either a binding or non-binding decision.

Forest Conservation:

Forest conservation does not need to be addressed with this plan type.

Development Review Committee (DRC):

In most cases, pre-preliminary plans go to DRC.

Decision Type:

The applicant may decide between getting a staff review only or going before the Planning Board to receive either a binding or non-binding decision.

Fees:

Staff review only:  $3,000

Staff review and Planning Board review:  $4,000

Review Time:

Planning Board Hearing must take place within 90 days of intake acceptance.

Amendments:

Pre-preliminary Plans may not be amended.  You may only change the results of a Pre-preliminary Plan with a new Pre-preliminary plan application.

Application Instructions

Fill out this application form and email the PDF to APPLY@montgomeryplanning.org.  Once our team has received the application and entered it into our system, the primary contact listed on the application form will be asked to upload files to ePlans.

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Last Updated: June 20, 2018