NYC Department of City Planning Announces BluePRint

Land Use

 

The NYC Department of City Planning (“DCP”) has announced that it is overhauling the pre-certification review process before a land use project enters ULURP (Uniform Land Use Review Procedure).  The Business Process Reform (called BluePRint) will simplify and speed up the City’s pre-certification process, and add predictability.  According to a press release by DCP, “When BluePRint is fully implemented, DCP will be able to review the majority of all applications up to 50 percent faster than today, saving applicants time and money, and getting projects built and onto the city tax rolls sooner.” Read the rest of this entry »

Posted by Daniel Braff

NYU Core Proposal Approved by CPC

Land Use

 

The NYU Core proposal (a/k/a NYU 2031), which was the subject of a prior blog entry on February 23rd, was approved by the New York City Planning Commission (“CPC”) on June 6, 2012 by a vote of 12 to 1.  The City Council will vote next on the proposal this summer. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted by Daniel Braff