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FAQ - When may I start building?

The building codes as empowered by the State of California Health and Safety codes are clear that no construction is allowed until the permit is issued. Once the permit application and accompanying plans have been submitted, the building department
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FAQ - Where do I go if I need to look at the plans of a building?

Microfilmed plans of most buildings in the city are stored in Community Development; contact the Building and Safety Department Records Technician, located in the Building and Safety Department, or phone 310-285-1158.
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FAQ - What are the requirements for telecommunications installations?

The requirements and processing of telecommunications installation varies depending on the location of the actual installation. Please consult with Planning Department staff for further information and detail on a particular location.
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FAQ - Where can I get a zoning map showing a particular property or lot?

A copy of the City of Beverly Hills zoning map is available in the Building and Safety Department for viewing. You may also contact Planning staff at 310.285.1141.
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FAQ - Where do I pick up the permit once my project is approved?

Once you receive a letter from the planning department stating that the project has either been approved or conditionally approved, you can pick up the permit from the Building and Safety Department located at 455 N Rexford Drive. The Open-air
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ePlan Review

to be electronically identified. Saves time in routing of plans to other departments (i.e. Fire Department, Public Works, etc..) Partnership with Los Angeles County Department of Health Services to have plan review submitted through the City of Beverly Hills
http://www.beverlyhills.org/business/constructionlanduse/electronicplanreview
Business Development

A vibrant and balanced local economy with an engaged business community is key to the sustainability of the City. The Office of Economic Development, in conjunction with other City departments and local business organizations, supports
http://www.beverlyhills.org/business/businessdevelopment
Office of Economic Development

The City of Beverly Hills is committed to promoting and sustaining a strong, healthy business climate throughout the community. The economic development team works in concert with other City departments to create and implement business recruitment
http://www.beverlyhills.org/citygovernment/citymanager/officeofeconomicdevelopment
New Structures

requirements. Inspection Record Document Effective immediately, all Building Plans submitted to the City of Beverly Hills Department of Community Development shall have this document incorporated within. See Minimum Plan Submittal Requirments
http://www.beverlyhills.org/business/constructionlanduse/commercialbuildings/newstructures
Additions & Remodels

the Construction Management Plan webpage for detailed requirements. Inspection Record Document Effective immediately, all Building Plans submitted to the City of Beverly Hills Department of Community Development shall have this document
http://www.beverlyhills.org/business/constructionlanduse/singlefamilyresidences/additionsremodels
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