c.To encourage variety in physical development pattern
d.To achieve flexibility and incentives for development which will produce a wider range of choice in satisfying the changing needs of the area.
e.To permit special consideration of property with unique features, including, but limited to, historical significance, unusual topography, landscape amenities, and size and shape.
f.To convert land so poorly developed as to be a public liability.
g.To simplify processing of development proposals for developers and the Planning Commission by providing for concurrent review of land use, subdivision, public
improvements and siting considerations.
When a Planned Unit Development project is proposed, the procedure and standards for major subdivision approval as set forth in the Shelby County Subdivision Regulations shall be followed in their entirety. A preliminary plat and final plat, both approved by the Planning Commission shall be required for every Planned Unit Development project. The Planning Commission may establish a schedule of reasonable fees to be charged for plat review. The project shall be developed according to the approved final plat. Building permits and certificates of occupancy shall be required for each building.
A preliminary plat and final plat, both approved by the Planning Commission, shall be required for every Planned Unit Development project. In addition, the Planning Commission shall hold a public hearing on the preliminary plat of the proposed PUD to aid them in deciding the merits of the proposed project. (Nothing herein should be construed to mean that the land owner has the inherent right to develop