SITE PLAN SERVICES:

Standard Site Plan:

A. Street the lot is facing

B. Lot # and description

C. North Arrow

D. Property corners (located by iron pins at the
 
site)

E. Property Line

F. Distance between property corners

G. Surveyor Coordinates (degree angle of line
 
from north)

H. Front building line (A permanent Structure
 
cannot be located outside this line without
 
applying for a variance by the city in which you
 
are building in).

I. Side building line    (A permanent Structure
 
cannot be located outside this line without
 
applying for a variance by the city in which you
 
are building in).

J. Rear building line (A permanent Structure
 
cannot be located outside this line without
 
applying for a variance by the city in which you
 
are building in).
• Standard Site Plan:
  Consists of required documentation and dimensioning of structure and site,
notated building lines, as well as possible setbacks.

Topography Site Plan

• Topography Site Plan (Topo.):
Consists of required documentation and dimensioning of structure and
 
site, notated building lines and all applicable setbacks. Line contours of the elevation and location of existing trees
 
and/or structures that may be affected.
A. Includes the all the above site
 
plan information
 

B. Contour elevation lines

C. Contour height above sea level

D. Existing Tree

We would be happy to assist you in your site plan needs whether you have purchased your plans from Hudson Home Designs or another designer.

A majority of the time, you must acquire a
 
professional surveyor and a designer to manage
 
the information needed to locate your home,
 
addition, dock, or any other permanent
 
structure in order to obtain any building rights,
 
whether by permits issued from the city/county
 
in which you are building, or for review purposes
 
to comply with restrictions for land and/or
 
water. If we design your project, we can even
 
offer a topography service that aids with the
 
placement of the structure. This service is very
 
helpful for knowing exactly where the structure
 
needs to be located, analyzing drainage issues,
 
establishing the scope of work that will be
 
needed to prepare the foundation, and what is
 
existing that could be affected.  Listed below are
 
some examples of different site plan types and
 
explanations.
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