PUD Legislation

                                                               Baltimore County Code - PUD

PART IV. PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENTS

Bookmark§ 32-4-241. REVIEW.                                            

A proposal for a Planned Unit Development, authorized under Section 430 of the Baltimore County Zoning Regulations, shall be submitted and reviewed in accordance with the procedures of this title.

(Bill No. 19-04, § 7, 5-29-2004; Bill No. 130-05, § 5, 12-5-2005; Bill No. 5-10, § 2, 4-4-2010)

Bookmark§ 32-4-242. APPLICATION.

(a) Submission to County Council. An application for approval of a site for a Planned Unit Development shall be submitted to the County Council member in whose district the PUD is proposed to be located.

(b) Contents. The application for a Planned Unit Development shall include:

(1) The identification of the proposed project site, the total tract acreage, and an explanation of how the site and the acreage meet the criteria for the type of Planned Unit Development that is proposed;

(2) A schematic representation of the proposed PUD, including the general site layout, the proposed building types and uses and the proposed number of units;

(3) A tabulation of the permitted existing density, the floor area ratio allowed and number of parking spaces required in the underlying zones, contrasted with a tabulation of the proposed density, floor area ratio, and number of parking spaces proposed in the PUD;

(4) The projected impact of the Planned Unit Development on the surrounding community;

(5) A statement of how the Planned Unit Development will comply with the compatibility requirements of § 32-4-402; and

(6) A statement of how the Planned Unit Development will provide a community benefit which will provide a benefit of at least 2% of the gross revenue to the community that shall include one or more of the following:

(i) An environmental benefit by proposing to achieve at least a silver rating according to the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Green Building Rating System or proposing residential structures that achieve at least a silver rating according to the ANSI (American National Standards Institute) NGBS (National Green Building Standard);