[HISTORY: Adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of Collingdale 7-6-1999 by Ord. No. 624 (Ch. 22, Part 1, of the 1987 Code of Ordinances). Amendments noted where applicable.]
All persons, companies, corporations, partnerships and other entities of any kind or nature which submit an application and/or plan for the subdivision of property, the reverse subdivision of property, a planned residential development, or other land development proposal of any kind or nature shall pay an application fee to the Borough of Collingdale at the time of submission of said application and/or plans, as follows:
Sketch plan: $300 plus $25 per lot and/or dwelling unit for lots and/or dwellings exceeding six in number.
Preliminary plan: $250 per plan and $100 per building or addition and $25 per acre or portion thereof.
Final plan: $250 per plan and $100 per building or addition and $25 per acre or portion thereof.
Editor's Note: See the Delaware County Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance.
Any applicant who fails to submit the required application fee or who fails to pay any review expense upon request from the Borough or who fails to place into escrow the required amount pursuant to this chapter shall not have the plan reviewed by the Borough and the application/plan shall be deemed denied for failure to pay the required fees and/or escrow payments/expenses. In the event any approval shall be given to any applicant and the applicant shall fail to pay any fee or expense or escrow, then the approval shall be withdrawn and the application/plan shall be denied.
All persons, companies, corporations, partnerships and other entities of any kind or nature who shall owe the Borough any sum pursuant to this chapter and who shall fail to pay such sum within 30 days of a written request from the Borough shall have a penalty of 20% of the outstanding fee, expense and/or escrow imposed against such application and said penalty shall then be due and owing to the Borough. Failure to pay the penalty shall result in a denial of the application/plan and/or the revocation of any building or other permit which may have been issued.