At their meeting in November, Greenville County’s Planning Commission approved a new procedure for review and approval of Final Development Plans.
Beginning immediately, Final Development Plans will be reviewed and approved by Greenville County staff. The review is for consistency with the Preliminary Development Plan. If the Final Development Plan differs significantly from the Preliminary Development Plan, the project could be required to be resubmitted to the Planning Commission. In addition, if the developer disagrees with an action taken by county staff, the developer may appeal the decision to the Planning Commission.
Planning staff will provide the Planning Commission with a report each month of Final Development Plans that have been reviewed and approved.
This change will save about 45 days in the development approval process and is the result of your HBA continuing to work with Greenville county to speed up the development review process.