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3. What is the Coastal Consistency Review Process?

The coastal consistency review process, or consistency review process, helps ensure your project meets the statewide standards and coastal district policies. It also serves as the review process for most permits you will need from state resource agencies. This 5-step process advances your project through review and approval requirements in a timely fashion. The consistency review process is a coordinated review process that benefits applicants and project reviewers alike. Applicants have a single, primary point of contact for their projects. Reviewers benefit by comprehensively reviewing a project only once. The Division of Coastal and Ocean Management, as well as state resource agencies and coastal districts, are available to help you understand and navigate your project through the consistency review process.

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