Draft land use applications should be prepared following the guidance discussed with DCP and as described in the Interdivisional Meeting Record.
The Department will review a draft land use application only once per project and provide feedback in a comment letter or, as necessary, a working meeting with the applicant team, after which time the applicant will be guided to file the application when it is ready.
Draft and Filed Land Use Applications should be submitted via NYC Planning Applicants*, after consultation with the Lead Planner.
Land use applications consist of:
If you have questions regarding how to fill out forms or draft documents, review the online guidance and consult the assigned Lead Planner before submitting. Their responsibilities include ensuring applicants correctly understand how these documents should be completed.
Guidance on Submitting Attachments:
Doing Business with the City Form
Applicants, with the exception of those noted below, are required to submit Doing Business with the City Form with all application packages. A Doing Business with the City FAQ will assist you in filling out the form.
The Doing Business with the City Form is not required for applicants who are:
Note: Please be advised that all materials submitted to the New York City Department of City Planning (DCP) in connection with the application may be placed on the DCP website and used in DCP presentations regarding the application. These materials may also be subject to production by DCP pursuant to the Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) in Article 6 of the Public Officers Law.
Click on an application type to see a detailed explanation of the requirements and to access standards and samples.
Non-ULURP ActionsOffice Space Lease (PX)
|Doing Business with the City Form
|APPLICATION REQUIREMENT CHECKLIST
Download the Application Requirement Checklist
The checklist can help applicants to understand what is required for each type of land use action. Application requirements will be confirmed by the Department of City Planning project team at the Interdivisional Meeting.
To continue with filing and paying fees for your applications, please move on to Step 4: Filing of Applications and Paying Fees.