|Statement||Frank S. So, David R. Mosena, Frank S. Bangs, Jr.|
|Series||Report - Planning Advisory Service ; no. 291, Report (American Society of Planning Officials. Planning Advisory Service) -- no. 291.|
|Contributions||Mosena, David R., Bangs, Frank S., American Society of Planning Officials.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||66 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
A planned unit development (PUD) is a type of building development and also a regulatory process. As a building development, it is a designed grouping of both varied and compatible land uses, such as housing, recreation, commercial centers, and industrial parks, all within one contained development or subdivision. 2 Current definitions. Most cities and counties in Washington have adopted planned unit development ordinances. Much has been written over the years about the technical and legal nature of PUDs. This article, however, takes a look at how some of these ordinances are working in the real world. Meridian, Idaho City Code This code was last updated by ordinance passed Janu Click here to see recently passed ordinances that have not been codified. Disclaimer: The formatting and pagination of this web version of the code may vary from the official hard copy of the code. D. Planned Unit Developments: A "planned unit development" shall be defined as it is defined in section of this code, as amended. Such definition is incorporated by reference herein. E. Subdivision Plat Applications: All subdivision plat applications shall first be directed to the county's development services director.
What is a Planned Unit Development? An application for the creation/modification of a Planned Unit Development is required when a property owner proposes to rezone his or her property to Planned Unit Development or seeks to amend the language or requirements of a Master Development Plan for an existing Planned Unit Development. The Advantages of Master-Planned Communities as a Development Alternative How This Report was Done and What it Includes Conclusion. Chapter 2. A Checklist for Drafting Planned Unit Development and Master-Planned Community Ordinances Development As-Of-Right or by Review? One Type of PUD or Many? PUD Categories Which Ordinance, Which Agency? Planned Unit Development The term Planned Unit Development (PUD) is used to describe a type of development and the regulatory process that permits a developer to meet overall community density and land use goals without being bound by existing zoning requirements. PUD is a special type of ﬂ oating overlay district which generally does. A Planned Unit Development Deviation is required for relief from the terms of approved Planned Unit Development Criteria for properties located within a Planned Unit Development. Consideration for a deviation can be processed as part of a required preliminary site plan or subdivision plan review or as a separate request.
4 Model Sustainable Development Ordinances Planned Unit Development Ordinance 6. Goal – Promote sustainable building design and management practices in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings to serve the needs of current and future generations. 7. Goal - Promote a walkable, sustainable development pattern that supports alternative File Size: KB. published technical reports on the planned unit development (PUD) concept and model PUD ordinances.(2) The term "planned unit development" was coined to describe a site specific zoning process which permits greater regulatory flexibility tied to site plan review. Early PUD literature cites three objectives for creating PUD ordinances: (1) unitaryAuthor: Faicp Frank Turner, Esq. Terry D. Morgan. Planned Development Districts or PD's are intended to provide for the development of land as an integral unit for single or mixed use in accordance with a PD concept plan that may include uses, regulations and other requirements that vary from the traditional zoning districts contained within the Unified Development Code (UDC) or from other ordinances, rules or regulations of the city. Planned-unit development regulations. A township zoning resolution or amendment adopted in accordance with this chapter may establish or modify planned-unit developments. Planned-unit development regulations shall apply to property only at the election of the property owner and shall include standards to be used by the board of township.