Initial application received
The New York City Charter requires certain actions that are reviewed by the City Planning Commission to undergo a Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP). ULURP is a standardized procedure whereby applications affecting the land use of the city would be publicly reviewed. The ESCR projects requires the approval of the City Planning Commission and the review of the City Council. The City Council will review the project alignment and approve or disapprove the City Planning Commission's decision. The application must first be certified as complete by the Department of City Planning (DCP) and ready for public review through the ULURP process. An application cannot be certified until DCP determines that the application includes all forms, plans and supporting documents that are necessary to address all issues related to the application. If the particular application is subject to environmental review, a negative declaration, conditional negative declaration or a notice of completion of a Draft Environmental Impact Statement must be issued before an application can be certified. An application to the DCP is planned for 5/18/18 and the review to conclude on 7/23/18. Certified applications are sent within nine days to the affected Community Board, Borough President and the City Council and if appropriate, to the Borough Board.
Completed application received
Issuance of decision for permit/approval.
Approval by the City Planning Council for zoning changes.
Notice to proceed
Review Terminated with no decision