Planning Permission-In-Principle

In the event that, a developer proposes to carry out any development that may be at variance with the allowable planning consideration for an area, the person may apply for planning permission- in- principle by submitting the Perspective (not details) of the proposal for planning approval before actual development application.

For instance, an applicant who may want to put up a high rise apartment in a typical low rise residential area.

Check List/Guidelines for Application in Principle (AIP)

  1. Perspective Drawings
  2. Floor Plans
  3. Land Document (Indenture or Certificate)
  4. Project Brief
  5. Evidence of Neighborhood Consultation
  6. Preliminary Traffic Impact Assessment Report (T.I.A.)
  7. Waste Management Plan
  8. Soft copies of the plans on CD

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