Substantial development definition

Substantial development means any development of which the total cost or fair market value exceeds two thousand five hundred dollars, or any development which materially interferes with the normal public use of the water or shorelines of the state; except that the following shall not be considered substantial developments for the purpose of this chapter:
Substantial development means any development of which the total cost or fair market value exceeds five thousand dollars, or any development which materially interferes with the normal public use of the water or shorelines of the state. The dollar threshold established in this subsection (3)(e) must be adjusted for inflation by the office of financial management every five years, beginning July 1, 2007, based upon changes in the consumer price index during that time period. "Consumer price index" means, for any calendar year, that year's annual average consumer price index, Seattle, Washington area, for urban wage earners and clerical workers, all items, compiled by the bureau of labor and statistics, United States department of labor. The office of financial management must calculate the new dollar threshold and transmit it to the office of the code reviser for publication in the Washington State Register at least one month before the new dollar threshold is to take effect. The following shall not be considered substantial developments for the purpose of this chapter:
Substantial development means any development of which the total cost or fair market value exceeds $6,416, or any development which materially interferes with the normal public use of the water or shoreline of the state. The dollar threshold must be adjusted for inflation by the Office of Financial Management every five years, beginning September 15, 2012, based upon changes in the consumer price index during that time period. This definition will follow the dollar amount defined in the RCW.

Examples of Substantial development in a sentence

  • Substantial development of a permissible use may require a no-impact certification.

  • Substantial development permits for mooring buoys and docks with less than 10 slips that address these recommendations may be reviewed administratively in all shoreline areas except for the natural shoreline environment.

  • Substantial development, as defined by this program and RCW 90.58.030, shall not be undertaken by any person on the shorelines of the state without first obtaining a substantial development permit from the Shoreline Administrator.

  • Substantial development is discussed in more detail in Section 7.C of this SMP.

  • Substantial development of a permissible use may require certification (with supporting technical data) by a registered professional engineer demonstrating that encroachments shall not result in any increase in flood levels during occurrence of the base flood discharge.


More Definitions of Substantial development

Substantial development means any development of which the total cost or fair market value exceeds six thousand four hundred sixteen dollars ($6,416), or any development that materially interferes with the normal public use of the water or shorelines of the state. The dollar threshold must be adjusted for inflation by the office of financial management every five years, beginning July 1, 2007, based upon changes in the consumer price index during that time period.
Substantial development means any development of which the total cost or fair market value
Substantial development means any development of which the total cost or fair market value exceeds the amount currently established and in effect per WAC 173-27-040(2)(a) or its successor, or any development which materially interferes with the normal public use of the water or shorelines of the state.
Substantial development. Means any development of which the total cost or fair market value exceeds $6,416.00 or other threshold amount established by the Washington State Office of Financial Management, or any development which materially interferes with normal public use of the water or shorelines of the state; EXCEPT that the classes of development listed under Section 3.4.A of this Program shall not be considered substantial developments.
Substantial development means any development of which the total cost or fair market value exceeds five thousand dollars, or any development which materially interferes with the normal public use of the water or shorelines of the state. The dollar threshold established in
Substantial development means any development of which the total cost or fair market value, whichever is higher, exceeds $5,718 adjusted for inflation by the office of financial management every five years, beginning July 1, 2007, based upon changes in the consumer price index during that time period, or any development which materially interferes with normal public use of the water or shorelines, except as provided herein.
Substantial development means any development of which the total cost or fair market value exceeds Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($2,500), except as otherwise provided in Section 23.60.020 C7b, or any development which materially interferes with the normal public use of the water or shorelines of the City.