Learning About Building Permits and Zoning Compliance


🗣 This is Anguss and today we’re talking about the importance of permitting and ensuring that you’re checking in with your local jurisdictions to ensure that you’re in compliance with all the different standards and statutes they have.


Hey guys, this is Anguss here, and today we’re at miss Lynette’s off grid property. And what we’re talking about today is the importance of permitting and making sure that you’re checking in with your local jurisdictions to make sure that you’re in compliance with all the different standards and statutes that they have.

If you think that the world is headed in a direction that makes you a bit concerned for the future. And you’d like to be as self-sufficient and independent as possible, then you’ve come to the right place. My name is Lynette Zang. Now it’s time to go Beyond Gold and Silver.

It’s very important that before you go to building structures or say greenhouses, anything of these self-sufficient natures that we’re talking about, you want to make sure and check with your local and state government, both county and even down to a city or local government, if necessary. It’s always important that you check and see what their laws are. See what kind of limitations you have to sizes as far as square footage. And if there’s going to be utilities ran to that said structure, it’s always important that you make sure first things first is check with your local governments and see what kind of statutes they have in place for your project.

Another thing that you can be looking into while you’re doing this kind of research is the zoning of your area and the property in which that you have. There’s different things that you can do and different entities that are kind of designated for those different zoning criteria. It’s always in your best interest to take a good look at all that legal garble, basically, and get a good understanding, at least a good working comprehension of what you are surrounded by and what kind of abilities you have. It’s always good to look at. And sometimes even in your planning phase or purchase phase, something that you might want to consider taking a look at.

So in conclusion to all this, what, what I’d really like to drive home is for you to do your due diligence in your research and your planning, and make sure that the area that you’re in and the credentials that you have currently with the associated property is going to match your project description. If there’s any questions or comments, feel free to leave them into the comment section below. And we’ll see what we can do within our knowledge base to try and answer those, or refer you to a person or circumstance that would be able to answer that that’s all I have for right now, but I hope that you guys are all doing well and always be safe.



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