Connecticut Seal

House of Representatives

File No. 976

General Assembly

 

January Session, 2009

(Reprint of File No. 439)

Substitute House Bill No. 5254

 

As Amended by House Amendment

Schedule "A"

This act shall take effect as follows and shall amend the following sections:

Section 1

from passage

8-3

Sec. 2

from passage

8-26c

Sec. 3

from passage

22a-42a

Sec. 4

from passage

8-26g

Deadlines

Land Use Approval

Current Law (CGS )

Bill ()

Residential site plans for projects with 400 or more units

Within 10 years after approval (CGS 8-3 (j))

No change

Business site plans for projects with at least 400,000 square feet

Between five and 10 years after approval (CGS 8-3 (j))

No change

Other site plans

Within five years of approval (CGS 8-3 (i))

Not less than six years after approval ( 1)

Subdivisions plans for 400 or more dwelling units

Within 10 years of approval (CGS 8-26g)

11 years after approval ( 4)

Other subdivisions

Within five years of approval (CGS 8-26c (a))

Within six years of approval ( 2)

Wetlands permits for site plans and subdivisions

Permit expires five years after approval (CGS 22a-42a (d)(2))

Permits expire within six years of approval ( 4)

Other wetlands

Permit expires between two and five years after approval permits (CGS 22a-42a (d)(2))

Extensions

Land Use Approval

Current Law

Bill

Residential site plans for projects with 400 or more units

No extensions (CGS 8-3 (j))

No change

Business site plans for projects with at least 400,000 square feet

Up to 10 years from approval if the initial deadline was less than 10 years (CGS 8-3 (j))

No change

Other site plans

Up to 10 years from approval (CGS 8-3 (i))

Up to 11 years from approval ( 1)

Subdivision plans for 400 or more dwelling units

No extensions (CGS 8-26g)

No change

Other subdivisions

Up to 10 years from approval (CGS 8-26c (b))

Up to 11 years from approval ( 2)

Wetlands permits for site plans and subdivisions

Permit expiration date may be extended up to 10 years from approval (CGS 22a-42a (d)(2))

Permit expiration date may be extended up to 11 years from approval ( 3)

Other wetlands permits

Yea

18

Nay

0

(03/13/2009)

Yea

21

Nay

4

(04/14/2009)

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