Facilities may be a variety of types, including one unit, two and multiple units. In developing a balanced community, the use of a variety of building types shall be deemed desirable in keeping with the objectives of this section.
Customary accessory or associated uses, such as private garages, storage spaces, recreational and community activities, churches and schools shall be permitted as appropriate to the planned unit development.
Land Use and Density
Because land is used more environmental quality can number of units per net
efficiently in the PUD, improved often be produced with a greater acre than usually permitted in
Commission shall determine in each case the appropriate land use pattern and unit density for individual projects. These determinations shall be completely documented and justified.
which is permitted in the existing above 100% shall be based upon objectives of this section are met.
zoning district. Density the degree to which the
Common Property in the Planned Unit Development.
Common property in the PUD consists of a parcel or parcels of land, together with the improvements thereon, the use and enjoyment of which are shared by the owners and occupants of the planned unit development. When common property exists, the ownership of such common property may be either public or private. When common property exists in private owners, satisfactory arrangements must be made for the improvement, operation, and maintenance of such common property and facilities, including private streets, drives, service and parking areas, and areas for recreation and open
Planned Unit Development Application Procedure and Zoning Process: