Expedited Permitting in Littleton

The Town of Littleton is committed to encouraging economic development which is consistent with community character.

IBM, Cisco approved as Priority Development Sites. The Commonwealth’s Interagency Permitting Board  has approved the Town of Littleton’s expedited permitting application under MGL C.43D and designated two Priority Development Sites (PDS) in Littleton: (1) 550 King Street (Map U8, Parcel 10-- the “IBM” site owned by National Development)  and (2) the Cisco Systems site on Great Road (Map R18, Parcel 1-2). Littleton's 11/5/07 Town Meeting had designated both properties as Priority Development Sites. See the expediting permitting procedures adopted by the Board of Selectmen on December 8, 2008.  

 

Chapter 43D Expedited Permitting Sites: IBM, Cisco. The map at left shows Littleton two Expedited Permitting Priority Development Sites under MGL Chapter 43D-- the IBM and Cisco sites.

Littleton Common Zoning Approved-  May 3, 2010 Special Town Meeting voters approved Littleton Common Area A Village zoning and Area B Overlay zoning. Read more from the Littleton Common Overlay District study. UPDATED - Attorney General approves zoning by-law amendments.

 

 Mass Lab Ribbon Cutting by ibmphoto24.

IBM Priority Development Site

June 16, 2010

Governor Deval Patrick at grand opening of IBM Mass Lab, 550 King Street, Littleton.

 

June 22, 2009

Lieutenant Governor tours IBM facility, 550 King Street

L-R - Town Administrator Keith Bergman, Selectmen Ken Eldridge and Alex McCurdy, Lt. Governor Tim Murray, State Rep. Jim Arciero, Selectman Janet Wilkinson, IBM VP Bob McDonald

 

 

Contacts:

Town Administrator  Keith A. Bergman kbergman@littletonma.org

Planning Administrator Maren Toohil toohill@littletonma.org

Resources:

Economic Development Committee Report

Expedited permitting - MGL C. 43D
Expedited permitting procedures adopted 12/8/08
Commercial/Industrial Development Guide
Tax Increment Financing (TIF)
Massachusetts Site Finder - LITTLETON
Fitchburg Line Commuter Rail

Best Practices Guide for Streamlined Local Permitting