A plan, to scale, showing uses and structures proposed for a parcel of land as required by the Critical Area regulations involved. It includes lot lines, streets, building sites, buildings, other impervious surfaces, other areas of human disturbance, and major landscape features. Site plans are reviewed by the local jurisdiction and the Critical Area Commission staff.
A graphic survey of a property parcel. Will usually show the dimentions of the lot as well as the relative location of any structures on the lot.
A view of a project site, looking down from above, showing its horizontal elements, such as, buildings, vegetation, roads, contours, etc..
A survey and document setting out proposed development of a site.
an accurately scaled development plan that illustrates the existing conditions on a land parcel as well as depicting details of a proposed development. Among the features generally required on a site plan are the property boundaries and lot lines; major features of the landscape; and proposed street and utility networks, as well as planned access points.
a detailed engineering drawing of proposed improvements to a given lot
a development plan for a plot of land
a drawing drawn at a readable scale showing all lot lines, easements, existing buildings, proposed buildings, structures, streets and alleys
a drawing of your property showing the property lines and any structures that currently exist on that land (house, garage, fence, etc) and where your proposed addition, deck, porch, garage, fence, etc is to be located
a drawing or a survey that shows the property lines of a tract of property and all structures built upon it
a drawing, or set of drawings, illustrating the physical arrangement of property improvements such as buildings, driveways, parking areas, pedestrian sidewalks, landscaping, fences, light fixtures, drains and municipal services
a drawing that depicts the intensity, density, height and setbacks of a proposed project to the site itself, along with drainage, landscaping, sidewalk and other site construction issues
a drawing that shows how your home will be situated on your lot
a drawing which shows the entire property and identifies the location of all structures (new and existing) in relation to property boundaries and to each other
a graphic representation of a proposed development project
a legally binding document that sets dimensions for buildings and setbacks
an accurate drawing of your property, with the size, shape and location of existing and proposed buildings accurately depicted
a pre construction survey that shows the placement of the proposed house in relation to the property
a scaled drawing of the proposed development that shows the buildings, parking areas, landscaping, trails and other project detail
Drawing of all the existing conditions on the lot, usually including slope and other topography, existing utilities, and setbacks.
"Bird's-eye" drawing of the land on which an application is being made. The site plan should include the yards, existing trees, proposed buildings, etc.
A scaled plan showing proposed uses and structures for a parcel of land. A site plan could also show the location of lot lines, the layout of buildings, open space, parking areas, landscape features, and utility lines.
A plan developed by a Caring Communities site council(s) to achieve the Core Results in partnership with the Caring Communities Partnership.
A site plan is a two-dimensional bird's eye view of the property, with all known features and boundaries. At the very least, it is a drawing of the property outline, with dimensions. In addition, it may include topographical features and elevations, easements, commonly owned areas, areas controlled by CC&R's, existing natural features, adjacent streets and roads, legal setback lines, approved septic or well areas, utilities, lines of restriction due to geo-tech or other official reports or tests, known corner monuments, known buried objects, unbuildable areas, fill, wetlands, bodies of water, drainways, and existing improvements.
Drawings that provide an overhead perspective on how buildings, parking areas, and other facilities would appear on a site. A site plan might also show service routes, landscaping, site zoning, sidewalks, expansion forecasts, neighboring streets, and other buildings.
A drawing that shows the layout of a site including the topography, vegetation, groundwater and etc. on a site.
A detailed plan showing the proposed placement of structures, parking areas, open space, landscaping, and other development features, on a parcel of land.
Proposed plan for development submitted by the prop-erty owner for review by a planning board or other governmental entity that addresses issues such as the siting of structures, landscaping, pedestrian and vehicular access, lighting, signage, and other features.
Lot and building dimensions are shown on this illustration of the building site.
Location drawings that reflect the Registered Plan and contains contours and site limits, buildings, features of the land (roads, type of coverings of ground, vegetation, levels, etc) and the house 'footprint'.
A plan showing where a house (and other structures) will be located on the lot.
Measured drawing showing the location of buildings and the surrounding landscape elements.
A detailed plan which depicts the location of improvements on a parcel of land which also contains all the information required by the zoning ordinance.
A drawing that incorporates all of the information collected about the landscape and provides the basics used in the landscape design process.
A scaled dimensional drawing showing existing and proposed structures and uses. This map includes property lines, parcel area, buildings and structures, and easements.
A detailed plan, to scale, depicting development of a parcel of land and containing all information required by the zoning ordinance.
A plan, prepared to scale, showing accurately and with complete dimensions, the boundaries of a site and the location of all buildings, structures, uses, and principal development features proposed for a specific parcel or parcels of land.
A plan of a construction site showing the position and dimensions of the building to be erected and the dimensions and contours of the lot.
Document that describes how a parcel of land is to be improved. It includes the outlines of all structures and site improvements, such as driveways, parking lots, landscaping and utility connections.
A map showing the location of a new building project on a piece of property. Home Improvement Encyclopedia
A drawing showing the layout of a development including the location of the buildings and site improvements.