Coastal Construction Control Line and Coastal Barrier Resources System Zones
juillet 13, 2015 - ATB #005-15
Due to recent changes in Florida law, there are new eligibility rules for certain structures located seaward of the state-designated Coastal Construction Control Line (CCCL) and those within the federally designated Coastal Barrier Resources System (CBRS). These geographical zones were developed to provide protection for Florida’s coastline while ensuring reasonable use of private property.
New Eligibility Rules
Effective immediately, any major structure (for example, homes, apartments, condos, commercial or public buildings*) for which a permit is applied after July 1, 2015, and that is seaward of the CCCL or within the CBRS, may be deemed ineligible for coverage if it is one of the following:
- Newly constructed
- Rebuilt, repaired, restored or remodeled to increase the total square footage of the finished area by more than 25 percent
- Citizens underwriting manuals will be updated with CCCL/CBRS information.
- CCCL/CBRS boundaries are subject to change by the administering authorities.
ePAS and PolicyCenter® currently display the following fields:
- Coastal Construction Control Line
- Coastal Barrier Resources System
- The Coastal Construction Information section appears on the Location Information screen for commercial lines and the Property Address Info screen for personal lines.
Agent Bulletins are provided for historical purposes only and have not been updated to include any changes that may have been made after publication. Agents can find the latest information by reviewing the applicable underwriting manuals and by logging in, then selecting Search → Search Frequently Asked Questions.