Site Development Plan Review involves identifying all significant land and building issues that affect the design and feasibility of your project, submitting the technical information and supporting materials, and securing the approval of all reviewing agencies. Once you have completed the final phase of site development plan review, permits may then be obtained to begin construction.
Whether Site Development Plan Review is required depends on the size and scope of the project and is determined during the pre-application/concept review, which is required for all new construction and additions and for some tenant finish/remodel projects. Contact the Project Coordinators Team for additional information.
You will be assigned a project coordinator who will assist you through each phase. He or she will coordinate reviews by all City of Denver agencies, as well as other local and state agencies relevant to your project. Use the DevelopDENVER tool to the right to look up your project coordinator.
Each Project is Different
Please note: Each project is different. The complexity and location of your project will determine the agencies involved and their requirements.
Development Services provides a standard review time frame for site development plan reviews for most projects. More complex projects may require a longer period of time. Your project coordinator will notify you when additional time is required.