Two or more contiguous lots or parcels may be combined to create one larger lot or parcel. Application to aggregate the lots or parcels must include a new survey and deed for the entire area that is to be combined. The deed shall state that the lot or parcel, if split in the future, must comply with all applicable criteria for the zoning district in which it is located, and the split must be approved by the Town Commission. Any existing easements along lines of the property to be aggregated must be vacated prior to approval.
The completed application for lot or parcel aggregation, along with the applicable fee, must be submitted to the Growth Management Department no later than 30 days in advance of a regularly scheduled Technical Review Committee (TRC) meeting in order to be considered at that meeting. The staff may request the assistance of the Town engineering consultant and the Town attorney if needed. The meetings are posted, public meetings. The applicant will be informed of the date and time of the TRC meeting for which the application is scheduled.
The above requirements are intended to provide a general overview of the Lot Aggregation application process. The requirements for aggregating lots are specified in Lady Lake Ordinance 94-08, Land Development Regulations, adopted August 15, 1994 and are available at Town Hall.
For further information, contact the Growth Management Department.