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Land Planning Services FAQs
Companies that are developing building projects must use land planning services before construction begins. If you are curious about what land planning services do, then the following answers to some commonly asked questions might be helpful to you:

What are land planning services?
Land planning services assist land owners and developers with making certain that the building concept and design adheres to zoning and municipal standards, with checking that the land has the proper drainage and with conducting topographic surveys. A land planning service will also and implement a concept design plan that takes all of the factors discovered by the planners into consideration. A planning service will also assist with the submission of the final plan to the city planning board and financial backers and investors.

Why would I need land planning services?
Using a land planning service is a time-saving and cost effective way of being sure that the design concept for your development meets all municipal, state and federal zoning standards. A land planner will also survey the terrain and make sure that the design is environmentally feasible. Failing adhere to all of the various governmental regulations might cost you a great deal of time and money, because it is likely that you will not only have to halt construction if it is discovered that you are not in compliance, but will have to tear down what was built and re-imagine your development.

Where do I find land planning services?
You can find land planners in published and online directories. Make sure that the planner you use has many years of experience, and that the firm you hire has planning, surveying, and civil engineering services. There are many land planning services that offer slick, skilled marketing expertise in order to help you with your proposal to investors, backers and government agencies. While it is certainly helpful to have an effective sales rep on your side, you will want a hands-on service with topographical, zoning, engineering, surveying and architectural expertise.

 
 
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Brosy John L
161 High St Se, Salem, OR 97301
(503) 316-1842
Morgan CPS
1308 Marigold St Ne, Salem, OR 97303
(503) 304-9401
Tross Jeffrey R Planning Consultant
1720 Liberty St Se, Salem, OR 97302
(503) 370-8704
NW Land Development Services
203 Welch St, Silverton, OR 97381
(503) 874-9547
Skagit Wetlands & Critical Areas
(360) 391-9571
Murphy Ed & Associates
9875 Sw Murdock St, Portland, OR 97224
(503) 624-4625
Won K J Aicp Planning Consultant Aicp
3178 Sw 87th Ave, Portland, OR 97225
(503) 292-2221
Cardno
5415 Sw Westgate Dr Ste 100, Portland, OR 97221
(503) 419-2500
Sierra Pacific Development
Portland, OR 97086
(503) 452-7600
Otak Inc
Portland, OR 97086
(503) 221-1832
Crandall Arambula
520 Sw Yamhill St Ph 4, Portland, OR 97204
(503) 417-7879
Benkendorf Assoc Corp The
909 Sw Saint Clair Ave, Portland, OR 97205
(503) 226-0068
Winterbrook Planning
310 Sw 4th Ave Ste 1100, Portland, OR 97204
(503) 827-4422
Mig Inc
815 Sw 2nd Ave Ste 200, Portland, OR 97204
(503) 297-1005
Nevue Ngan Associates
1006 Se Grand Ave Ste 250, Portland, OR 97214
(503) 239-0600


Before you begin a private or public development project, you will need to use a land planning service that can conduct environmental and engineering studies to make sure you are using the site properly without violating any zoning or property laws. Using a land planning service can also provide the analysis that you need to use the space well so that urban regions, small towns, and rural areas make the best use of the land that they have. There are several surveyor consulting companies that can offer you the planning and development services that you need before you begin your project. When you contact the consulting firm, you should find out how much experience they have making land division for a community, defining potential environmental threats, and recognizing engineering situations that could create significant problems in the future. Ask the companies how long they have been in business and get the names and numbers of some of the clients that they have worked for before. If they have worked on several other public and private regional projects, then contact those clients and ask them how reliable the company was. If a company consistently gets good reviews, then they will probably be able to give you the same high level of service. Ask the surveyors how much they charge for their services. This might depend on the type of development project that you are planning, so you might have to meet with them at the site to determine an accurate price quote.
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