Unified Development Ordinance, 5th supplement, March 2018
Part 10A: Unified Development Ordinance City of Raleigh, North Carolina 4 – 11 Effective Date: September 01, 2013 Supp. No. 4 Article 4.6. Campus (CMP) | CHAPTER 4. SPECIAL DISTRICTS Sec. 4.6.3. Application Requirements Sec. 4.6.3. Application Requirements A. In addition to a rezoning application, a CMP Master Plan application must include the following required elements. More than one required element may be combined onto a single map/plan sheet so long as legibility is not adversely impacted. 1. Vicinity Map. 2. Existing Conditions Map. 3. Street and Block Plan. 4. General Layout Map delineating the boundaries of all district boundaries including Height and Frontage designations (if any). In lieu of designating Frontages on the General Layout Map, a more fine-grained map may be included that specifies the maximum and minimum building setback lines for all structures and parking areas. 5. Development Plan showing the proposed location of buildings. 6. Pedestrian Circulation Plan. 7. Parking Plan. 8. Open Space Plan. 9. Tree Conservation Area Plan. 10. Major Utilities Plan. 11. Generalized Stormwater Plan. 12. Phasing Plan, if more than one phase is contemplated. 13. An illustrative 3-dimensional model or rendering that shows building elevations, location of streets and prominent site features. The 3-dimensional model must illustrate the potential massing and scale of the proposed development, but will not be regulatory. 14. Common Signage Plan (see Sec. 7.3.16.H. ) . B. Each application must also include the following. 1. The specific standards intended to be modified as part the approval process. If a standard is not listed as being modified, then the standard is considered applicable and must be adhered to. However, subsequent requests for alternative compliance and variances may still be submitted. 2. The proposed maximum number of dwelling units by block. 3. The proposed maximum square footage of nonresidential floor area by block. 4. A general description of how the CMP District conforms with the Comprehensive Plan. 5. A general description of how the CMP District meets the intent of Sec. 4.1.1.E. Sec. 4.6.4. Master Plan Amendments Any amendment to an approved CMP Master Plan shall follow the procedures below. A. Administrative Amendments The Planning and Development Officer shall administratively approve CMP Master Plan amendments that propose any of the following alterations. 1. An increase or decrease to the allowable residential density, total number of dwelling units not to exceed 10%. 2. An increase or decrease to the minimum required nonresidential square footage or maximum permitted nonresidential square footage, not to exceed 10%. 3. An increase to allowable height (as measured in feet), provided the increase does not exceed the maximum number of feet permitted by story in the height categories contained within Article 3.3. Height Requirements . The Planning and Development Officer may not administratively approve an increase in number of stories as specified in the Master Plan. 4. A transfer of nonresidential floor area or residential dwelling units, from one area to another, not to exceed a 20%maximum for each standard. 5. Minor adjustments in location of building, parking, recreation or sporting facilities and open space areas. A minor adjustment shall be a modification in orientation or distance to property line; however, the adjustment shall not exceed 100 feet in distance from the approved location, and shall not be located any closer than 50 feet to the boundary of the CMP District. However, where a building or parking area is shown on the approved Master Plan within 50 feet of a property line, the building or parking area adjustment may not be located any closer to the property line than as shown on the approved Master Plan. An adjustment to the location of transit facilities is permitted, provided the adjustment occurs prior to the recordation of the transit easement.