§ 131-24 - Information required for completed application acceptance.

§ 131-24 - Information required for completed application acceptance.

The preliminary layout for a subdivision shall be prepared to a scale of no more than one (1) inch equals one hundred (100) feet or at greater detail as directed by the Board to indicate clearly existing and proposed features of the site. Said plat shall be prepared on standard sheets of twentytwo by thirty-four (22 x 34) inches, measured from the cutting edges. If one (1) sheet is not of sufficient size to contain the entire area of the site and environs, the plant shall be divided into sections to be shown on separate sheets of equal size with references on each sheet to the adjoining sheets. The preliminary layout for a subdivision shall, at the discretion of and in a manner prescribed by the Planning Board or it’s designee, show or be accompanied by the following:

  1. The date, name and location of the subdivision on a vicinity or site location map showing the relation of the proposed subdivision to existing streets or roads, name of the record owner and subdivider, graphic scale and reference meridian and the name of the engineer or surveyor.
  2. Boundaries and area of the entire parcel, whether or not all land therein is to be subdivided; date and dates of any revisions.
  3. The names and addresses of abutting property owners and tax map number, subdivisions and building within one hundred (100) feet of the parcel to be subdivided and intersecting roads and driveways within two hundred (200) feet of the parcel to be subdivided. Proposed lots shall be numbered consecutively.
  4. Existing and proposed street right-of-way lines, widths of streets, proposed names of new streets, existing and proposed lot lines.
  5. Location of existing and proposed easements, deed restrictions, buildings, accessory buildings, building setback lines, parks and other open spaces to be reserved or dedicated to public use, watercourses, flood-prone areas (one-hundred-year flood limit line), foliage lines and significant natural and man-made features, water mains, sanitary sewers, storm-water drainage lines, drainage structures and drainage ways within the subdivision and all existing structures and wooded areas within two hundred (200) feet of the boundaries of the proposed subdivision.
  6. The purpose of any easements or land reserved or dedicated to public use shall be designated, and the proposed use of sites other than residential shall be noted.
  7. Existing and proposed plans for telephone, electricity and other utilities.
  8. Boundaries and designations of zoning districts, if any, lying within the subdivision; municipal boundary, if any; land use designation from the Master Plan.
  9. A general site location map locating the subdivision boundary and proposed streets in relation to at least two (2) existing intersecting streets, adjacent or future subdivisions or other features.
  10. Soil mapping units and unit boundaries.
  11. A statement of conditions of land as to soil suitability for development, including a map showing the required minimum contiguous area of eight thousand (8,000) square feet of less than fifteen percent slope per lot or single-family detached unit or four thousand (4,000) square feet or less than fifteen percent (15%) slope per unit for multifamily attached units. This shall not include buffer or setback areas.
  12. A statement of the work required on existing streets to meet the minimum standards set herein, including cost estimates and the method of meeting such costs.
  13. A statement as to the compliance of the proposed lots with zoning requirements. If any lots do not comply but are covered by zoning variances, the statement should include reference to such variances.
  14. A statement and two-foot contours in sufficient detail to indicate clearly the method of stormwater drainage on and off the subdivision, methods of sanitary sewage disposal and water supply.
  15. Watershed areas, preliminary drainage analysis and preliminary drainage computations.
  16. Preliminary road profiles.
  17. Duplicate copies of all data submitted to all state agencies requesting subdivision approval or necessary permits, including, but not limited to, subdivision approval from the Water Supply and Pollution Control Commission, an alteration of terrain permit, driveway permits, a dredge/fill permit, etc.
  18. A statement that the proposed street center lines and lot locations have been adequately flagged on the ground at the site to allow on-site evaluation of the proposed subdivision by the Board.
  19. A copy of the application(s) or approval(s), as prescribed by law, from any other municipal, state or federal agency, which may have jurisdiction.
  20. A test pit with description of soil layers, depth to seasonal high water table, depth to observed water table or hardpan, ledge, etc.
  21. Percolation test and date.
  22. A four-thousand-square-foot site suitable for sewage disposal (in accordance with NH DES Env.Wq. 1000).
  23. At least one (1) benchmark, plainly marked in the field and shown on the plan with its elevation. Ties to National Geodetic Survey, Unites States Geological Survey or Soil Conservation System benchmarks may be required.
  24. If a subdivision is to be served by a municipal water supply or municipal sewers, a statement from the municipal department involved attesting to the availability of such services.
Information required for completed application acceptance.

part number

131-24