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Unified Land Development Code – TND and TOD. Board of County Commissioners Second Public Hearing August 10, 2010. What We Want to Accomplish. Regulations that Are: Clear Concise Enforceable Implementation of Policies in CPA-01-09 Multi-modal Mobility Transit Supportive Design

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Unified land development code tnd and tod

Unified Land Development Code – TND and TOD

Board of County Commissioners

Second Public Hearing

August 10, 2010


What we want to accomplish

What We Want to Accomplish

  • Regulations that Are:

    • Clear

    • Concise

    • Enforceable

  • Implementation of Policies in CPA-01-09

    • Multi-modal Mobility

    • Transit Supportive Design

    • Compact, Mixed-use, Urban Form


Changes from first hearing

Changes from First Hearing

  • Added phasing requirements

  • Created minor changes for DRC approval

  • Removed requirement for solar panels and green roofs on drive-throughs

  • Added standards to allow hotels/motels to be counted as residential development


Changes from first hearing1

Changes from First Hearing

  • 10% of vertical mixed-use requirement may be met by retail adjacent to multi-story residential

  • Clarified block size with pedestrian pathway

  • Clarified parking structure requirements

  • Allowed flexibility in roadway design for roads with 1,200-2,500 and 2,500-7,500 daily trips

  • Removed collector roadway buffers


Definition

Definition

  • Traditional Neighborhood Development - TND

  • Transit Oriented Development - TOD


Changes from adopted tnd

Changes from Adopted TND

  • Implements TND/TOD as envisioned in CPA-01-09

    • Required Residential and Non-residential components

    • Maximum block perimeters

  • Signage standards moved to Article 2 Signs


Tnd tod concepts

TND/TOD Concepts

  • Central Point

  • Village Center

  • Transit Supportive Area

  • Block Pattern

  • Building Scale and Massing


Approval process

Approval Process

  • Allowed in Urban Residential Future Land Use and Activity Centers designated in Comprehensive Plan

  • Allowed in all urban residential and commercial zoning districts

  • Implemented through development plan review

  • Required for developments over

    • 300 residential units with no rapid transit route

    • 150 residential units with rapid transit route


Tnd density standards

TND Density Standards


Tnd non residential intensity

TND Non-Residential Intensity

  • Base of 10,000 square feet of non-residential

    • plus 50 – 200 square feet per dwelling unit

  • Optional

    • 10,000 sq. ft. - achieving max allowed land use density

    • Plus 10,000 sq. ft – for each du above 4 units per acre

    • Plus 25,000 sq.ft. – if contiguous to a Rapid Transit or Express Transit Service


Tod density standards

TOD Density Standards


Tod non residential intensity

TOD Non-Residential Intensity

  • Base of 10,000 square feet of non-residential

    • Plus 100 – 400 square feet per dwelling unit


Block design

Block Design

  • Maximum Block Perimeter

  • Building Orientation to the Street

  • Location and Type of Parking


Open space

Open Space

  • 20 percent requirement

  • Civic Spaces with design requirements

    • Plazas, squares, neighborhood parks, courtyards

  • Landscaped Areas

  • Pedestrian Trails


Recommendation

Recommendation

  • Conduct Second and Final Public Hearing

  • Approve the Ordinance


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