What is the difference between a Plan of Development (POD) and site plan submitted for a building permit?
Often the term plan of development and site plan are used interchangeably. However, in the case of a POD, the site plan must convey the conditions that will ultimately exist at build-out, whereas the site plan submitted for building or construction permits may only consider existing structures and those contemplated by the particular permit.

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1. What is a Plan of Development (POD)?
2. What is the difference between a Plan of Development (POD) and site plan submitted for a building permit?
3. When is a Plan of Development (POD) required?
4. Do I need a Plan of Development (POD) if I’m expanding a site that is already developed?
5. What is the Plan of Development (POD) process and how long is it?
6. May I process a Plan of Development (POD) with my Zone Change request?
7. How do I amend an approved Plan of Development (POD)?
8. Does a Plan of Development (POD) expire?
9. Is a pre-application meeting required for a Plan of Development (POD)?