Unified Development Ordinance, 4th supplement, September 2017

Part 10A: Unified Development Ordinance City of Raleigh, North Carolina 10 – 32 Effective Date: September 01, 2013 Supp. No. 4 CHAPTER 10. ADMINISTRATION | Article 10.2. Review Procedures Sec. 10.2.6. ​​Non-Subdivision Final Plat and Recorded Instruments d. Structures on the affected lots are shown and the requested recombination does not violate the setback requirements of this UDO and the North Carolina Building Code; e. The amount of impervious surface per lot is indicated before and after the recombination. All impervious surfaces and lot areas within a -UWPOD, -FWPOD, -SWPOD, -MPOD or CM District shall be calculated from the adjoining street right-of-way; provided if an expansion of an existing right-of-way or new right-of-way has been established in the Comprehensive Plan, impervious surface and lot areas within the overlay district shall be calculated from the expanded or new right-of-way; f. The recombination plat is certified by the Planning and Development Officer and contains the appropriate authorization number to ensure the proper mapping of the resultant lots on the applicable county and City Geographic Information Systems; g. The recombination indicates that all resultant lots have the same water and sewer utility access that existed prior to the recombination; h. The recombination is certified by the county health department where the property is located that the recombination will not create a violation of setback standards or other standards of the county health department regarding private wells and septic systems; i. The recombination does not create the potential of new access points on a Major Street, Mixed Use Street or Thoroughfare in violation of the of the UDO and the Raleigh Street Design Handbook or render any existing driveway access point nonconforming; j. The recombination plat conforms to all laws and ordinances for the recordation of maps and includes all information listed in the Recorded Map Checklist form except for information that is uniquely necessary for subdivision plats; k. The resultant lots, if located within floodway fringe areas as set forth in Article 9.3. Floodprone Area Regulations , conform to the lot coverage limitations of Sec. 9.3.5.C. ; and l. The recombination plat will be processed in accordance with this section. 2. Recombination by Recorded Instrument The requirements for recombination by recorded instrument include all of the following: a. The resultant lots conform with, or exceed, the standards of Sec. 8.3.3. , but if the standards of Sec. 8.3.3. are not met, the recombination may still be approved if the recombined lots more closely conform to the minimum standards of Sec. 8.3.3. than do the existing conditions; b. The total number of lots is not increased; c. The instrument contains a metes and bounds description of the new recombined lots or reference is made to a recorded plat; d. The instrument contains a statement as to the total acreage of the affected lots; e. The title of the instrument contains the word "Recombination"; f. The instrument contains a certification that the recombination does not violate the setback requirements of this UDO and the North Carolina Building Code; g. The amount of impervious surface per lot is indicated before and after the recombination. All impervious surfaces and lot areas within a -UWPOD, -FWPOD, -SWPOD, -MPOD or CM District shall be calculated from the adjoining street right-of-way; provided if an expansion of an existing right-of-way or new right-of-way has been established in the Comprehensive Plan, impervious surface and lot areas within the overlay district shall be calculated from the expanded or new right-of-way; h. The recombination instrument is signed by all property owners; i. If the number of lots is reduced, the instrument is to indicate which lots are eliminated; j. The recombination instrument is certified by the Planning and Development Officer and the appropriate authorization number is attached to ensure the proper mapping of the resultant lots on the applicable county and City Geographic Information Systems; k. The instrument indicates that all resultant lots have the same water and sewer utility access that existed prior to the recombination; l. The instrument contains a certification by the county health department where the property is located that the recombination will not create a

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