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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In preparation to list the Wright Street property for sale as a residential use, Skarr said, Little Friends has applied through the city for a certificate of appropriateness to demolish all structures on the site.
com requested for the certificate of appropriateness, defined as a document "required for work that would change the exterior appearance of a designated historic property,"from the Intramuros Administration through the Electronic Freedom of Information Program.
The city planning staff has concluded that the project will need a certificate of appropriateness from the commission to proceed, according to a city planning report.
According to the government website, along with the usual certificates and permissions, such as a clean criminal record, a municipal sanitary certificate and a CTO licence, applicants must also provide a certificate of appropriateness issued by the public works department.
a Certificate of Appropriateness signifies to a developer that its plans
The HARB activities will include: attend monthly HARB 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; preparation of minutes for monthly HARB meetings; and provide technical assistance in the development of HARB policies as the HARB sees fit.
The site is located within the SoHo Historic Cast Iron District requiring a Certificate of Appropriateness. After being awarded, Madison Capital applied for and received entitlement approvals from the Landmarks Preservation Commission for the building design and ULURP (Uniform Land Use Review Procedure) approval to build the planned property on the site.
As a result, the commission had to hold a public hearing regarding a certificate of appropriateness for the mural.
Dennis Virtuoso, the city's director of Code Enforcement, whose department issued the permit, said the city council resolution granting the certificate of appropriateness gave the owners the right to demolish the building.
Trump had also erected the pole without a building permit and failed to secure a "certificate of appropriateness" from the town's Landmarks Commission.
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."
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