Hilton Head Island
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A Variance is intended to provide relief from the strict application of design standards for a property or associated development if the regulations cause unnecessary hardship.
Variance requests are reviewed and granted by the Board of Zoning Appeals.
What regulations can I get a variance from?
Variances cannot be granted for uses or density.
Variances can be granted from the following:
Who can apply?
The property owner or a representative of the property owner.
A Project Manager will be assigned to guide you through the entire process and be your point of contact for any questions.
Download the Variance application and submit it with all required materials and filing fee.
View the Board of Zoning Appeals schedule and filing deadlines
Your project manager will:
You are required to mail a letter to all the property owners within 350 feet of the Variance property.
What can I expect at a Board of Zoning Appeals Meeting?
The Board of Zoning Appeals can:
View the Application Specific Review Procedures - LMO section 16-2-103.S
View our Community Development Application Process Table
Contact the Community Development Information Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 843-341-4757