PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
LAND DEVELOPMENT COORDINATION
CITY OF TAMPA
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING AN INCREMENTAL REVIEW APPLICATION
Prior to submittal of an application, it is recommended that the petitioner schedule a conference with a staff member
from Land Development Coordination Division of the Planning and Development Department(phone: 813-274-3100).
The purpose of the conference is to advise the applicant regarding the review standards and process for the application.
II. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICATION – (ALL FORMS MUST BE TYPEWRITTEN OR NEATLY PRINTED,
UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED)
Application Fee: $1669 plus $83 per acre or portion thereof
(business check, money order, or cashiers check, or MasterCard/Visa/AMEX (accepted in person)
PERSONAL CHECKS and CASH ARE NOT ACCEPTED
Exhibit A and A -1 – Please complete all information on these forms. A notary is available in the LDC office.
Exhibit B – “Affidavit to Authorize Agent”; please complete if the applicant or property owner is appointing an
authorized agent to represent their interests with City staff and before City Council. The property owner(s) sign this form
and have it notarized. A notary is available in the Land Development Office.
Site Plans - 3 copies of the adopted site plan and 20 copies of the proposed site plan.
III. STAFF REVIEW
Staff will distribute the site plans to the Development Review Committee for their review and comment. At the
completion of the review period (typically 14 business days), the applicant will be provided a package of
comments requesting modifications to the site plan and/or additional information in order for staff to complete the
review and issue an approval. If necessary, this process will repeat with each submittal until the plan can be
approved. Upon receipt of the package of comments, the applicant will be required to submit revised plans for a
second review of the site plan. Three submittals (including the initial submittal) may be processed with no
additional fee. Upon the forth submittal (and all subsequent submittals), an additional fee of 25 percent of the
original fee will be required.