|Detailed information about the status of Land Use Applications is available on LUCATS (Land Use and CEQR Application Tracking System).
LUCATS not only supports searches by community district and application category but also allows the user to define more finely focused searches.
LUCATS provides current and historical status information on active and completed land use applications and environmental review applications, and description for ULURP and Non-ULURP applications received by the Department of City Planning (DCP).
ULURP applications are land use applications that are subject to the City Charter-mandated Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP). Non-ULURP applications are not subject to ULURP, but do require action by the City Planning Commission. An application is displayed as active on LUCATS from its receipt at DCP until the completion of its processing.
The data in LUCATS are updated continuously from the Department of City Planning's Land Use Management Information System (LUMIS).
Use the links below to view a list of active public and private applications by Borough, Community District and by Category.
|Click the links below to view
active public and private applications
by Community District (CD) or of Boroughwide
|Active Public and Private Applications by Category/Type
| Use the links below to view applications within the selected borough and category. Application categories are Housing, Mapping, Zoning or Other.
View a list of application types for each category.
Disclaimer and Notes:
The information contained in LUCATS is from the Land Use Management Information System (LUMIS) and was compiled for governmental use by the New York City Department of City Planning. There may be a lag between when an action occurs and when the information is entered into the system. The Department and the City make no representation as to the accuracy of the information, its timeliness, or its suitability for any purpose.
The Department and the City disclaim any liability for errors that may be contained herein.
LUCATS works best with Internet Explorer version 7.0 or higher.
When available, use the LUCATS navigation functions to move through the application. Using the Back button on the browser's tool bar can produce unexpected results.