What is the Plan of Development (POD) process and how long is it?
Effective September 22, 2008, PODs are processed administratively by staff. Because this office has no control over the quality of submittals, nor the number of resubmittals required, or the time it takes an applicant to make such resubmittal(s), the average processing timeframe is 90 days. Additionally, a number of reasons could require the POD to be forwarded to the Planning and Zoning Commission and Board of Supervisors for review or appeal by either staff or the applicant.

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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)?