What types of permits does Division of Coastal Management issue?
The CAMA permit system is divided into major and minor permits, based on the size and possible impacts of your project.
There are three types of CAMA permits:
Major Permits: Which 10 state and four federal agencies must review before a decision is made.
General Permits: Which are used for routine projects that usually pose little or no threat to the environment or public trust waters..
Minor Permits: Which are used for projects – such as single-family houses – that don't require major permits or general permits. They are reviewed, issued and administered to CRC standards by local governments under contract with the Division of Coastal Management.
This can be a very daunting and tedious process if you are not familiar with CAMA's rules and regulations. We specialize in this in this field and can help you with acquiring any type of permit that you are required to get as well as obtaining the building permit that would also be required.
We also have a marine contractor on staff to build your dock or bulk head at very affordable prices.
For additional information contact: North Carolina Coastal Properties 252-229-7746