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The PUD process is a review procedure intended to encourage innovative land planning and design, and avoid the monotony often associated with large developments. It is a process based on increased flexibility in the zoning regulations with the expectation of a high quality, sensitively designed development.

An applicant may choose to initiate a PUD process for a project of any size, but the PUD review process is mandatory for any development that requests a Modifications of Standards or is within certain base zoning districts. See Table 4-15 in the Administrative Manual for specific triggers for the PUD process.

 

Consideration of Resolution 2017‑91, To Be Entitled: “A Resolution Approving A Revised Development Plan For The Arlington PUD Subdivision, For The Property Located South Of West Main Street and East Of 9th Avenue South, 725 West Main Street.”

Consideration Of Resolution 2018‑03, To Be Entitled: “A Resolution Approving A Development Plan For Wards Mill PUD Subdivision, With 1 Modifications Of Development Standards (Cul‑De‑Sac Length), For The Property Located North Of Boyd Mill Avenue And West Of Downs Boulevard, 3206 Boyd Mill Avenue.”

Consideration Of Resolution 2018‑04, To Be Entitled: “A Resolution Approving A Revised Development Plan For Branch Creek Crossing PUD Subdivision, For The Property Located South Of Moores Lane And East Of Franklin Road, Near 574 And 580 Franklin Road.”

Consideration of Resolution 2018‑07, To Be Entitled: “A Resolution Approving A Revised Development Plan For Family Legacy PUD Subdivision, For The Property Located South Of Moores Lane And East Of Franklin Road, Near 554 And 562 Franklin Road.”

Cardel Village PUD Subdivision, Development Plan, Revision 1, Revision To Approved Development Plan To Change Rear Yard Setbacks, Located At 1040 Carlisle Lane.

Lockwood Glen PUD Subdivision, Development Plan, Revision 2, Reorganizing Of Section Lines And Relocating Of 10 Single Family Residential Units On 218.58 Acres, Located North Of The Intersection Of Carothers Parkway And Longpoint Way And South Of The Intersection Of South Carothers Road And Carothers Parkway.

 McEwen Place Town Center PUD Subdivision, Development Plan, Revision 4, Section 3, (Block A), Constructing A 150 Room Hotel And 96,900 Square Feet Of Commercial Space On 4.88 Acres, Located At The Intersection Of Rush Street And W. McEwen Drive.