Minor subdivision definition

Minor subdivision means a subdivision that creates five or fewer lots from a tract of record.
Minor subdivision means a subdivision of land for the creation
Minor subdivision means a subdivision of land for the creation of a number of lots specifically permitted by ordinance as a minor subdivision; provided that such subdivision does not involve (1) a planned development, (2) any new street or (3) the extension of any off-tract improvement, the cost of which is to be prorated pursuant to section 30 of P.L.1975, c.291 (C.40:55D-42).

Examples of Minor subdivision in a sentence

  • Signature Date FORMULA: The property for which this application is being processed is (check one): Minor subdivision or Major Variance = all contiguous properties.

  • Minor subdivision preliminary plat approval remains valid for one (1) year and may be extended in accordance with the provisions of Section 4.14.

  • Minor subdivision means any division of land, whether by one or successive owners, which does not constitute a subdivision and which creates one or more parcels or building sites, any one of which is 15 acres or less in size.

  • Accounts Receivable Allowances for doubtful accounts are provided for those outstanding balances considered to be uncollectible based upon historical experience and management’s evaluation of the outstanding balances.

  • Concept Plan Review $200 (includes engineering and other(not required) professional services) Sketch Plan Review $400 for first meeting and $300 for each subsequent meeting plus 100% of professional services** *Preliminary $600 plus 100% of professional services** *Final $700 plus 100% of professionalservices** *If preliminary and final are combined on a "Minor" subdivision and approved in the same meeting, the "final" fee will be charged; otherwise, both preliminary and final fees apply.


More Definitions of Minor subdivision

Minor subdivision means a subdivision creating four or fewer lots or units not counting a "designated remainder parcel," as defined in this chapter as one of the four or fewer lots.
Minor subdivision means a division of at least 100 contiguous acres of agricultural land in a county of the third, fourth, fifth, or sixth class to create one new lot that, after the division, is separate from the remainder of the original 100 or more contiguous acres of agricultural land.
Minor subdivision means a subdivision of land that does not involve: (a) the creation of more than the maximum number of lots specifically permitted by municipal ordinance as a minor subdivision within a twelve (12) month period; (b) a planned development; (c) any new street; or (d) the extension of any off-tract improvement. Where there is no municipal requirement, any subdivision of land which does not involve the creation of more than three(3) lots, including the remainder of a tract fronting on an existing street and conditions (b),(c) and (d) above, will be classified as a minor subdivision.
Minor subdivision means any subdivision containing not more than five (5) lots fronting on an existing street, not involving any new street or road, or the extension of municipal facilities or the creation of any public improvements, and not adversely affecting the remainder of the parcel or adjoining property, and not in conflict with any provision or portion of the General Plan, Official Map, Zoning
Minor subdivision means the:
Minor subdivision means a division of land fronting an existing public right-of- way, not requiring any new streets, alleys, roads or opening of a new public right- of-way and which complies in all other respects with this subdivision control ordinance and the zoning ordinance of the County.
Minor subdivision means a subdivision of land that does not involve any of the following: the creation of no more than three lots, a planned development pursuant to this chapter, the laying out of any new street or the extension of any off-tract improvement.