Meets on the 1st Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m.
Through careful review and mindful deliberation, the Land Use, Landmarks & Planning committee works to ensure that all proposed development and rehabilitation projects, as well as planning efforts, are responsive to the needs of our community for quality affordable housing and local hiring, including utilizing local professional consultants, contractors, suppliers, and vendors. And further that these projects include quality of life improvements, green/sustainable and contextual design elements, and foster the creation and/or preservation of open space.
The committee reviews and guides matters of land use and development requiring public review including, but not limited to, applications for:
- Actions subject to the Uniform Land Use Review Procedure – NYC Department of City Planning (DCP)
- Zoning Variances and/or Special Permits – NYC Board of Standards & Appeals (BSA)
- Mandatory Inclusionary Housing and Voluntary Inclusionary Housing programs – NYC Department of Housing Preservation & Development (HPD)
- 421a Partial Tax Exemption Program – NYC Department of Housing Preservation & Development (HPD)
- Work on Designated Properties – NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC)
- Proposals from City agencies for projects on City-owned property – NYC Public Design Commission (PDC)
Letters of Support
Applicants requesting letters of support from CB11 for their development project, site-control of city-owned sites, zoning changes and/or zoning variances must submit a completed City Properties & Zoning Checklist in order for their request to be entertained by the Landmarks, Land Use & Planning Committee.
When scheduled to present to the committee, the applicant must provide printed copies of the completed Checklist and supporting materials, as well as any presentation materials, for each of the committee members.
The following board members serve on this committee:
Steven Villanueva – Chair
vacant – Vice-Chair
La Shawn Henry
Angel Mescain (staff liaison)