|Land Use Process
|City Planning Commission Actions
- Commission Meetings
View schedules, calendars and more information about commission meetings and hearings.
- Commission Reports
Written records of actions taken by the City Planning Commission (CPC).
- CPC Recommendations on General Project Plans
Provisions of the New York State Urban Development Corporation Act require that any General Project Plan (GPP) to be implemented through the override of local regulation or which involves the acquisition of real property by condemnation be referred to the City Planning Commission (CPC).
- LUCATS (Application Status Tracking)
Easily retrieves current and historical status information on active and completed land use applications (involving ULURP and non- ULURP) and environmental review applications (involving CEQR).
- Application Status Reports
Status reports display information for active ULURP and Non-ULURP Applications received by the Department of City Planning.
- Land Use Application Process
The Applicant Portal provides access to a wealth of information helpful to applicants for discretionary and ministerial land use actions. The portal explains the application process, provides access to tools that will explain zoning districts and regulations, includes all forms, standards and legal document templates, and guides applicants in the process of preparing, filing and paying fees for an application.
- Environmental Review Process
Includes an overview of the CEQR Process and current scoping documents.
- Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP)
Includes an overview of ULURP, a standardized processwhereby applications affecting the land use of the city are reviewed by the public, and provides access to ULURP rules, actions requiring ULURP and the evolution of ULURP.The Portal also describes the Uniform Land Use Public Review Procedure (ULURP), New York City’s public review process for land use and environmental applications.
- Waterfront Revitalization Program (WRP)
Policy guidelines for development within the city's coastal zone and procedures for evaluating the consistency of proposed projects with the WRP policies.
- Community-Based Planning (197-A Plans)
Community-based planning is essential to the city's vitality. DCP can help. Learn how you can get planning assistance and advice to achieve goals for your neighborhood such as preserving neighborhood character, promoting affordable housing, facilitating new development and/or encouraging local employment.