(a) The board may grant a special exception to the requirements of this article upon making a special finding from the evidence presented that:
(1) strict compliance with the requirements of this article will unreasonably burden the use of the property;
(2) the special exception will not adversely affect neighboring property; and
(3) the requirements are not imposed by a site-specific landscape plan approved by the city plan commission or city council.
(b) In determining whether to grant a special exception under Subsection (a), the board shall consider the following factors:
(1) The extent to which there is residential adjacency.
(2) The topography of the site.
(3) The extent to which landscaping exists for which no credit is given under this article.
(4) The extent to which other existing or proposed amenities will compensate for the reduction of landscaping. (Ord. Nos. 22053; 25155)