Flashcards in Chapter 18: Subdivision And Development. Key Terms Deck (16)
Putting living units close together to leave more open space.
A local municipalities authorization for building plans.
The turning over a private property to a municipality for example subdivision streets.
The zoning that allows more living units per acre than usual.
Environmental impact studies
The engineering reports often required before building them it's our issued.
The charges to developers for extra roads, schools and so forth.
Interstate land sales full disclosure act
The US requirement for some developments to be registered with the The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
A halt to development, often temporary.
Percolation test, perc test
The investigation of soil absorbency and drainage. This usually has to do with septic and drainage.
Planned real estate development act
The law requiring registration of certain developments within New Jersey.
Planned unit development (PUD)
A developers plan for the entire land use. A plan combination of the first land uses such as housing, recreation, and shopping, and one contained development or subdivision.
A group setting standards for local subdivisions.
The map of a town, sections, or subdivision
A division of property into more than one building a lot.
Uniform construction code (UCC)
New Jersey's standards for building