Not all subdivisions are the same. Although subdivision regulations differ by jurisdiction, here are three common types of subdivisions.
Land divisions that are exempt from local platting requirements. These are the cheapest and fastest types of subdivisions. But not all parcels of land qualify. These subdivisions typically do not include the construction of roads and other improvements.
These types of subdivisions must comply with local zoning regulations and are typically limited to a small number of lots, such as the creation of no more than four lots. The process for this type of subdivision is often administrative or is limited in comparison to the process for major subdivisions. These types of subdivisions may include roadways and the extension of utilities.
As the name implies, these types of subdivisions typically include a significant number of lots and include streets and other improvements typically associated with larger residential subdivisions. These subdivisions may include parks, schools, fire stations and other amenities. As you would imagine, the process for these types of projects may be long and complex.
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