Coastal Construction Control Line Surveys

The Coastal Construction Control Line (CCCL) is a regulatory line established by the State of Florida to control construction in the areas of beaches and shore line. Property that is encumbered by the CCCL is subject to not only special building conditions but also plan review and approval by the local governing agency and the State of Florida as well. The location of the line on the property is a requirement of permitting. This ensures review and approval by the State for any construction on the beach in this area.

The CCCL is comparable to a building set back line. It is not a property line. However, the special building construction requirements as well as where you can place the home on the property are significant restrictions to the property. So much so that the owners of beach front property are required to disclose if the CCCL affects the property or not in a sale.