Lot Grading & Drainage
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What does it mean to wait for "final lot grading certification" and what is the appropriate time frame/procedure for this to occur?
Answer
A Professional Engineer on behalf of the Developer will be required to certify that the final grading of the lot and the building construction are in conformity with the drainage plan approved by the City’s Transportation and Works Department. This certification is carried out after the property has been graded and sodded, which is to occur within 12 months of the date building occupancy inspection is completed by the City’s Planning and Building Department, and no later than June 30th of the following sodding period, if the end of the 12 months occurs within the non-sodding months.
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