Wake Forest Unified Development Ordinance - July 2022

Administration 15.16 Planned Unit Development (PUD)


development type; and land areas devoted to each type of general land use and phase of development; 4. A proposed development schedule if the project is to be phased. E. Exception for Conditional Zoning with Use Limitations Only: If an applicant proposes a conditional zoning which meets the following criteria, no Conditional District Master Plan shall be required in the application: 1. The only proposed deviation in use from the underlying zoning is to impose additional limitations on the uses that will be allowed in the Conditional District. 2. No other deviations from the standards of the underlying zoning are proposed in the Conditional District.

15.15.2. Formal Review

The procedure for approval of a conditional zoning shall follow the procedure for review of Text & Map Amendments (Rezonings) as outlined in Sections 15.4.2 through 15.4.6.

15.15.3. Effect of Approval/Changes

The applicant may proceed with development only after approval of the Conditional District Master Plan by the Board of Commissioners, followed by approval of any necessary Construction Plans and Plats, except that all subsequent approvals shall be completed by the Administrator. The development and use of all land within the Conditional District shall be in keeping with the approved Master Plan and all applicable provisions therein. A. Final Approval by Stages: If so reflected on the Master Plan, the Board of Commissioners may allow the phasing of final development. Each phase of development shall adhere to all applicable provisions and standards of this section and the applicable Conditional District Master Plan. B. Substantial Changes: Any substantial change to a Master Plan as noted below shall be reviewed by the Planning Board and approved or denied by the Board of Commissioners as an amended Conditional District. The following changes to a Conditional District Master Plan shall require approval by the Board of Commissioners: 1. Land area being added or removed from the Conditional District. 2. Modification of special performance criteria, design standards, or other requirements specified by the enacting ordinance. 3. A change in land use or development type beyond that permitted by the approved Conditional District Master Plan. 4. When there is introduction of a new vehicular access point to an existing street, road or thoroughfare not previously designated for access. 5. When there is an increase in the total number of residential dwelling units originally authorized by the approved Conditional District Master Plan. 6. When the total floor area of a non-residential classification is increased more than 10% beyond the total floor area last approved by Board of Commissioners. Changes of less than or equal to 10% may be approved by the Administrator. 7. Any change which alters the basic development concept of the Conditional District Master Plan. 8. Other Changes: All other changes to a Conditional District Master Plan shall receive approval from the Board of Adjustment.

15.16. Planned Unit Development (PUD)

Town of Wake Forest Unified Development Ordinance – July 19, 2022


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