|Application for Building Modifications|
|Monday, 02 June 2008 14:24|
All Mutuals in Leisure World have by-laws that govern the actions of unit owners and coop members for the benefit of the community. One such requirement is the need to gain the written approval of your Mutual Board of Directors prior to making any significant architectural or structural changes to your dwelling. For this reason, the Application for Building Modifications was created.
If you are ready to make substantial changes/additions to your unit, then you need to follow this procedure:
Once all the above information has been gathered, you're Application for Building Modifications is ready to submit to PPD (Physical Properties Department) for review. PPD will review your request and, if your application is complete, make any pre-inspections necessary to provide comments to your Board of Directors.
Finally, your Mutual Board of Directors reviews your application and all the comments and makes a decision to approve, modify or reject your request.
On occasion, the Mutual Board will require that the unit owner or coop member employ the services of PPD as an outside inspector to insure the work is done in accordance with the approved plans, specifications and code requirements.
By following this procedure, we can help to insure that all work is done in a professional manner throughout Leisure World for the benefit of the entire community.
What kind of changes are not “a significant architectural or structural modification"?
The following are examples of changes that are not significant and do not require the submission of the Application for Building Modifications
What kind of change constitutes “a significant architectural or structural modification"?
Here are some examples of modifications that do require an Application for Building Modifications:
The above examples are not intended to be an all-inclusive list. If you have any doubt, please submit the Application for Building Modifications.
If you need any further clarification, call the Director of PPD:
Mr. Bill Carr at 301-598-1344.
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