San Diego Development Services is a city government agency responsible for managing the majority of the construction and development project review services for the City of San Diego. The Development Services Department draws its functions from the building inspection, engineering, fire, planning, zoning and water/sewer specialties. Generally, projects with detailed regulations and no discretionary review necessary are decided by city staff. Projects that require discretionary review as provided in the Land Development Code are decided at a public hearing by City Council, Planning Commission or a hearing officer. The major functions of building plan check and inspection, development and environmental planning, construction permits and subdivision review are located under one roof in the Development Review Center in downtown San Diego.