with, shall be considered a condition of approval. Such recommendations shall be limited, however, to siting and dimensional details within general use areas; and shall not significantly alter the sketch plan as it was approved in the conditional use permit proceedings.
If the preliminary site plan is disapproved, the Township Planning Commission statement shall contain the reasons for
Commission may recommend further study of the
Planning site plan
preliminary site plan to the Township
Request for Changes in Sketch Plan.
If in this site plan development it becomes apparent that certain elements of the sketch plan, as it has been approved by the Township Planning Commission becomes unfeasible and in need of modification, the applicant shall then present his modifications to the Township Planning Commission as his preliminary site plan in accordance with the above procedures. The Township Planning Commission shall then determine whether or not the modified plan is still in keeping with the intent of the PUD regulations. If a negative decision is reached, the site plan shall be considered as disapproved. The developer may then, if he wishes, produce another site plan in conformance with the approved sketch plan. If an affirmative decision is reached, the Township Planning Commission shall state all of the particulars of the matter and its reasons for feeling the project should be continued as modified. Preliminary site plan approval may then be given by the Township Planning Commission.
Application for Final Detailed Site Plan Approval.
After receiving approval from the Township Planning Commission on a preliminary site plan, the applicant may prepare his final detailed site plan and submit it to the Township Planning Commission for final approval; except that if more than twelve (12) months has elapsed between the time of the Township Planning Commission’s report on the preliminary site plan and if the Township Planning Commission finds that conditions have changed significantly in the interim, the Township Planning Commission may