Stephen J. Hubertus
The subdivision survey is the breaking up of a parcel of land into 2 or more parcels. Some cities, villages and townships have what is called a “One lot subdivision regulation”
There may also be the requirement of a SEQR
The more involved residential or commercial subdivision will require many such meetings, along with
Engineering of roadways, open space, utilities, drainage, water and septic conditions of the proposed project. A typical subdivision can take many months or even a few years from start to completion, before a single lot
can be sold.