Challenges to planning appeal decisions. These are normally ..... cruising
vessels and use for the mooring of floating timber clad structures on pontoons
used as ...
... to the development standards of Title 33 [Planning and Zoning Regulations]. ...
Board of Appeals · Finance Committee · Floating Structures Board of Appeal ...
Retail Assessments · Planning for advertisements · Planning appeals ·
Contesting enforcement ... Alternatively they can sit on dry land but rise to float in
the event of a flood. ... Some floating structures may not even need planning
Wanting to add some functionality and much needed curb appeal to our ... Our
original plan was to build the one-level, step-up deck in between the four trees, ...
Zoning is a set of rules that regulate the location and use of structures on land in
... If not we will explain the Zoning Board of Appeals process. ... Does the Town of
Skaneateles regulate docks, moorings and other floating objects in the lake?
Feb 4, 2015 ... l MCC 34.6750(A) describes a “houseboat” as “any ﬂoating structure ... appeal
are whether the relevant county comprehensive plan provisions ...
www.aina.org.uk/docs/AINA Residential Use of Waterways Advisory Doc Feb 2011.pdf
Different types of vessels and floating structures in residential use ..... As to
planning units in relation to moorings, see (1) the planning appeal decision in
Appeal under section 527 of the Sustainable Planning Act 2009 (SPA) against
the .... The terms “building”, “structure” and “building work” are all defined in the
BA as follows: ... The term includes a floating building and any part of a building.
Feb 22, 2012: Planning Commission - Float-Up Continuation ..... Site structure
designated City Landmark 10/17/2011, pending move of existing structure. ....
Appeal to City Council of CUP 13-004 and VAR 13-005 approved by Planning ...
03, 2014 (See Ordinance05-2014 pertaining to PI industrial floating zone.)
Amended Oct. .... Subsection 8.28 – Duties of the Zoning Administrator, Board of
Appeals, Town. Council .... Subsection 2.10 – Permitted Principal Uses and