Certificate of appropriateness

Certificate of appropriateness

A document awarded by a preservation commission or architectural review board allowing an applicant to proceed with a proposed alteration or new construction following a determination of the proposal’s suitability according to applicable criteria; may also permit demolition.
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As a result, the commission had to hold a public hearing regarding a certificate of appropriateness for the mural.
meetings; review Certificate of Appropriateness applications for proposed modifications and prepare a HARB Preliminary Review Form (HPRF) for each application; provide technical assistance to the HARB and applicants; preparation of resolutions as made by the Board at monthly HARB meetings; and provide technical assistance in the development of HARB policies as the HARB sees fit.
The Commission granted a Certificate of Appropriateness for Clark's plan in Feb.
Page 9-31: "Historic preservation board" means any officer or body designated by the legislative body to review applications for and issue certificate of appropriateness for .
But the sheriff warned: "I should make it clear I am certainly not giving a certificate of appropriateness to his behaviour or suggest that it's clear what he did was right and proper.
Because the heritage board's authority ultimately depends on cooperative property owners, the Board of Supervisors approved new language in 1991 that requires property owners to seek a Certificate of Appropriateness from the board before demolishing or making major changes to a designated landmark.
As a result, the commission will be holding a public hearing regarding a certificate of appropriateness for the mural at 5:30 p.
But he added: "I should make it clear that in doing so I am certainly not giving a certificate of appropriateness to his behaviour or suggest that it's clear what he did was right and proper.
The developer must receive approval from the Commission, in the form of a Certificate of Appropriateness (C of A), before any external changes or additions can be made to the Refinery, which was officially designated as a New York City landmark in September 2007.
This fall, REBNY supported a Certificate of Appropriateness for 980 Madison Avenue, calling for the historic building to be restored to its original design and build a residential addition designed by Sir Norman Foster.
Of course, he is required to apply to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a permit, most likely a Certificate of Appropriateness.
The development team has since taken steps to stabilize the warehouse, a condition imposed by the Landmarks Preservation Commission when it approved the overall hotel project in the Fall of 1994 and granted a Certificate of Appropriateness for both the warehouse and the tower.
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