Posted by on March 26, 2019

CREST Monthly Updates


Millstone Township, February 27, 2019, Variance Approval
Project: Variance approved related to a proposed single family house in an area of steep slopes.

Franklin Township, March 7, 2019, Site Plan Approval
Project: Site Plan Approval of a 4,999 sf cultural and spiritual center for the Adichunchanagiri Cultural and Spiritual Foundation of USA


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NJ’s Coastal Permitting Program – Buy, Build or Add On?

Are you considering buying property near tidal water? Building a waterfront home, a retail center, or marina? Do you want to put in a bulkhead or a dock? Or maybe an addition to an existing house in a coastal town? In each of these cases, New Jersey’s coastal permitting program may affect where and whether you buy, build, or add on.

New Jersey protect coastal water and the land adjacent to them under a variety of laws including the Waterfront Development Law (N.J.S.A. 12:5-3), the Coastal Area Facility Review Act (CAFRA N.J.S.A. 13:19), and the Wetlands Act of 1970 (N.J. S.A. 13:9A)

Crest Engineering can help navigate New Jersey’s extensive Coastal regulations to obtain the proper permits for your proposed projects

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