A revision to a land use / master use permit (MUP) allows you to submit minor plan changes to an issued permit.
A minor MUP revision has little or no effect on the design or environmental impact of your issued permit. The revision must:
If we determine that your proposed changes can be approved as a minor revision, we will issue an update to your original permit.
Major revisions require a new permit. The new permit may use the early design guidance from the previous MUP. The revision must:
We charge a land use hourly rate to determine whether your request is a minor revision, and to review your revision. You need to pay for a minimum of one hour and an intake appointment fee when you submit your revision. We will invoice you additional hourly fees, as applicable. See our Fee Subtitle for detailed fees.
How long it takes to get the final permit depends on how complex your project is and how many corrections, if any, you need to make. However, we do try to finish the initial review within two weeks.
Bring your application materials to the Public Resource Center. You don't need an appointment. However, you do need to submit your application by 3:30 p.m. A complete application consists of: