PDS: “A View From the Other Side…of the Counter”

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The successful CIBOR member knows that every sale depends on getting permissions from the host-site community to re-use the site as the new buyer wants. Will it be allowed? Does it qualify for a Variance? Is this community easy or hard; consistent or subject to unpredictable whims? And there is always that question about “Grandfathering”! 

 In A View from the Other Side we will figuratively walk you around to the Planner’s side of the Town Office counter, so you can better understand who they are, what drives them, and hopefully how you can each meet your shared and important goals. An explanation of the often-confusing and conflicting statutes, the pressures on the Planner, and how they hope to work with you will be discussed, with some time for case-examples where you can be the Planner.

The goal is to offer the CIBOR attendee a chance to better understand New Hampshire land-use permitting from the Planner’s perspective, so as to develop an effective strategy for future requests, and possible planner-realtor partnerships going forward. 

Date:  Friday, May 6, 2016
Location:  Berkshire Hathaway Training Room, 1 Verani Way, Londonderry, NH
Course:  “A View from the Other Side…of the Counter” Planning and Permitting from Municipal Planner’s Perspective
Instructor: Stuart Arnett
Time: 8:30 am Registration / Class 9:00-11:30 am
Credits: Application for credits has been made to the NH Real Estate Commission.  Credits may or may not be approved.
Cost:  FREE For NHCIBOR Members (Cibor members receive first chance at seating.)  BUT YOU MUST REGISTER ONLINE!
$15.00 Non Members

TO REGISTER ONLINE:  https://www.nhcibor.com/events/pds-planning-and-permitting-from-municipal-planners-perspective/
Or go to www.nhcibor.com, no need to log in, go to Education/Events tab, click down to events calendar, go to May 6th on calendar and click on it.


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