CONSTRUCTION, PERMITTING AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION

The Construction, Permitting and Historic Preservation Work Group will provide recommendation to the Steering Group on the use, placement and removal of temporary housing, repair and restoration of buildings in unincorporated Pinellas County following a major disaster. They will address issues regarding disaster permitting, temporary moratoria on reconstruction and repair, temporary repairs, contractor licensing fraud, adequate construction materials and available contractors and skilled construction workers, code enforcement, mutual aide agreements, non-conforming and substantially damaged structures, blight and abandoned homes, neighborhood preservation and gentrification issues, affordable housing, historic structures, mitigation during rebuild and repair, and funding assistance and insurance problems. The Construction, Permitting and Mitigation Work Group includes, but is not limited to, the following members or their representatives:


  • Community Development Director, Co-chair
  • Building and Development Review Services Director, Co-chair
  • Planning Department Director
  • Emergency Management Director
  • Real Estate Management Director
  • Environmental Management –Code Enforcement Manager
  • Pinellas County Construction Licensing Board
  • Justice and Consumer Services Director
  • Representative of the Construction Industry
  • Private Industry Supplier
  • Lending Industry
  • Insurance Industry
  • Florida Engineering Society
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Municipal Representatives
  • This work group’s tasks would help to implement Policy 1.1.5. Policy 1.1.6., and Policy 1.1.8. of the Coastal Management Element of the Pinellas County Comprehensive Plan.

     

    Click here to view the CONSTRUCTION, PERMITTING AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION ACTION PLAN


    Post-Disaster Building Permit Procedures (PDF)

  • From Pinellas County Building and Development Review Services

  • Visit the MEETINGS page for this workgroup's meeting agenda and other materials
    www.postdisasterplan.org

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