Land Use planning is a process that defines the parcel’s underlying characteristics, determines what can be possible under the allowed entitlements, and then clarifies the client’s ideas and concepts based on these existing conditions. It is a method by which land is evaluated and decisions involving the use of the land are made. It also involves studies on the environmental effects of development and its impact on the community.

 

NPRI uses an interdisciplinary hands approach, combined with an expert understanding of planning requirements, to create successful plans that turn a client’s vision into a lasting asset. Project experience includes:

 

Code Amendments Policy Development
Comprehensive Plans Property research and analysis
Design standards development Public facility design/build plans
Growth Management Quota System Allocations (GMQS) Recreation Planning
Environmental Assessment/studies Site development and analysis
Feasibility studies Transportation Planning
Land Use Applications and Approvals Visual impact analysis
Planned Unit Development (PUD) Submissions and Amendments