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Securing Entitlement: The Planning and Zoning Process for Building Toy Storage Facilities

By S3 Partners

Building a toy storage facility requires more than just finding a suitable piece of land and starting construction. Before a developer can begin any work on their project, they must go through the planning and zoning process, which can be a lengthy and elaborate procedure as it is designed to ensure that any new development adheres to local ordinances and regulations.

This process is critical in securing entitlement, which is the legal right to develop a piece of property for a particular use. This article explores the planning and zoning process for RV and boat storage facilities and identifies key steps to secure entitlement.

Zoning

Before discussing the zoning process, it is important to understand what zoning is. Zoning refers to the regulations defining the manner in which land can be used in a specific area. It categorizes land use into distinct zones, including residential, commercial, industrial and others.

The first step in the planning and zoning process for vehicle storage facilities is determining whether the intended project meets the zoning requirements of the area. The developer must check with the local planning department to determine if the land is zoned for such facilities.

If the land is not zoned for the intended use, the developer must apply for a zoning change. A zoning change requires a reclassification of the land use in the zoning map. 

Public Hearings

In some jurisdictions, the developer must participate in public hearings to discuss the proposed project with the community. This process allows neighbors and other stakeholders to voice any concerns or objections that they may have with the development.

Public hearings can be crucial in securing entitlement as local authorities may use community feedback to make decisions. It is important for the developer to be prepared to address any concerns raised during these hearings.

Environmental Review

Developing toy storage facilities can have an impact on the environment, and some local authorities will require an environmental review before granting any permits. This process reviews the impact of the project on the environment, including air quality, water resources and wildlife.

Site Plan Approval

Before permits can be issued, some jurisdictions review and approve the site plan. A site plan provides a detailed layout of the development, including the location of buildings, parking, landscaping and drainage.

The site plan must meet several requirements, which vary by jurisdiction. The developer may need to make revisions to the site plan to adhere to these requirements.

Permitting

Once the intended use of the land has been established, the developer must obtain the necessary permits. Permits are required for every phase of construction, including site preparation, foundation work, framing, electrical work, plumbing and more.

The permitting process is designed to ensure that all work is up to code and complies with local regulations. Depending on the jurisdiction, the process may involve multiple rounds of plan review, site visits and inspections.

Securing entitlement is an important part of any toy storage development. While the planning and zoning process can be lengthy and complex, it is necessary to ensure that the developer is adhering to local regulations and building a safe and suitable facility. By understanding the requirements and taking the time to navigate each step, developers can secure entitlement and begin construction of their toy storage facility with confidence.

Partner With an Industry Pro

Investing in an RV, boat and toy storage facility is a huge decision and oftentimes requires a trusted advisor with decades of experience and knowledge. At S3 Partners, we’ve been in this space for years and have seen it all. Whether you’re thinking about building a new facility or adding RV, boat and toy storage to your existing storage business, we’d love to hear about your plans and help you get there right. No matter the size of your project, our services keep costs down and maximize your return on investment. Visit us at s3.partners.

Stake Your Claim in Toy Storage 

Learn more about all aspects of developing and operating a successful RV and boat storage facility at the upcoming Toy Storage Nation Executive Workshop, June 16, at the foot of the Rocky Mountains in Denver/Boulder, Colo. Limited seats are available for this one-day accelerated, intensive workshop, led by the industry’s most experienced professionals. Learn more and REGISTER NOW!

 

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