It’s no surprise that obtaining a commercial cannabis license from the Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC or Bureau) requires an extensive application process. An essential component of the cannabis license application is an accurate premises diagram of the proposed space to be licensed.
An essential component of the cannabis license application is an accurate premises diagram of the proposed space to be licensed.
The premises diagram required by the Bureau must be exhaustive – detailing the boundaries, dimensions, entrances and exits, interior partitions, walls, rooms, windows, and doorways of the location. Further requirements are outlined in Section 5006 of the Bureau’s Text Regulations. The premises diagram must:
- Identify commercial cannabis activities that will take place in each area of the premises, and mark limited-access areas
- Show where all cameras are located and assign a number to each camera for identification purposes unless the premises is exempt from the video surveillance requirement per §5315.
- If the proposed premises consists of only a portion of a property, the diagram must be labeled indicating which part of the property is the proposed premises and what the remaining property is used for.
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