An environmental review is the process of reviewing a construction project to ensure it does not result in adverse impacts to the environment or cultural heritage, while also ensuring there will be no adverse environmental impacts on the project. This review process is required by HUD as it ensures the construction project complies with federal and state environmental laws, statutes, and executive orders. Among these required reviews are assessments on impacts to endangered species, wetlands, and cultural resources. As part of this review, an environmental site inspection is performed. An appointment will be made for the inspection. While an environmental inspector will require access to your property, they do not typically require entrance into your home unless structural access is specifically requested when the appointment is made.
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