Pending Development Cases

Planning reviews and makes recommendations on many types of requests relating to development, including zoning requests, site plans, subdivisions, building permits and certificates of occupancy. View the Boards and Commissions page for more information regarding Board of Supervisors, Board of Zoning Appeals and Planning Commission meetings and agendas. View the Case Information map

View the locations of current pending land use, site plan and subdivision development proposals (cases) on the county’s Planning Pending Cases map. Note: This map application shows only cases that are under review with the Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission or Planning Department, not those subsequently approved, withdrawn or denied.

Development Proposal Case Lookup

Information can be found on recent development proposals (cases) that have been reviewed by Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission over the last six months as part of Planning’s land use, site plan and subdivision review process. For more information about development proposals, contact us at 804-748-1050 or email Planning.

  1. December 2021
  2. November 2021
  3. October 2021
  4. September 2021
  5. August 2021
  6. July 2021

Weekly Review Order for Active Site and Subdivision Plans

The comments for Site Plan and Subdivision review cases are currently not available online. Comments can be obtained by contacting the case manager for the case you are researching. You can find case names and numbers, case manager information, and the timetable for reviews on the Weekly Review Order for Active Plans Review (PDF).

Residential and Commercial Walk-Through Building Permits

Chesterfield County offers a walk-through plan review and permitting process for certain types of residential and commercial building permit applications. The intent of this process is for applicants to obtain a particular permit, if eligible, during a single visit on the same day. The walk-through process is available to anyone whose project meets the eligibility criteria and is handled through Building Inspections.