|Receive approved Building Permit from Building Department.||If application materials are complete and accurate and there are no conservation, zoning or demolition issues, permits are usually issued within a week.||1 week|
|Receive approved notification of demolition form from Health Department for asbestos removal.||A certified asbestos report must be filed. If asbestos is present, final air tests must be performed after removal.||4 to 6 weeks|
|Receive approved notification of demolition form from Health Department for rodent removal||A licensed pest control operator report must be filed. If rodents are present, baiting must be done for 10 days.||2 weeks|
|Receive Conservation Commission approvals||Hearing is opened within 21 days of receipt of complete application.|
Commission issues a decision within 21 days of close of hearing.
There is a 10 day appeal period, after which the applicant must file Order with the Registry of Deeds.
|5 to 8 weeks|
|Schedule smoke detector inspection with Fire Department||This is a separate inspection that is needed both at rough and final stages of the project.||1 week|
|Department of Public Works review of plot plan||The Department of Public Works reviews the plot plan submitted to the Building Department for completeness and to review any engineering, utility or street opening needs.||1 week|
|Contractor to secure surety bond||If a street cccupancy permit needs to be issued, then a surety bond is required.||1 week|