Land use plan definition

Land use plan means a plan prepared under former 1921 PA 207, former 1943 PA 184, or a site plan under the Michigan zoning enabling act, 2006 PA 110, MCL 125.3101 to 125.3702.
Land use plan means a comprehensive plan or land use element
Land use plan means a comprehensive plan or land use element thereof adopted by a unit of local govern- ment pursuant to chapter 35.63, 35A.63, 36.70, or 36.70A RCW, or as otherwise designated by chapter 325, Laws of 2007.

Examples of Land use plan in a sentence

  • Land use plan of the mine lease area should be prepared to encompass preoperational, operational and post operational phases and submitted.

  • Land use plan of the lease area should be prepared to encompass preoperational, operational and post operational phases and submitted.

  • In such cases, subject to availability of area, the lessee may at the discretion of the Port Authority Board be given an option to relocate activities in another suitable location to be offered by the Port, as per the Land use plan.

  • Land use plan for the land has been adopted by the Provincial-Municipal State Land Management Committee and the land use is consistent with the plan.

  • Every Major Port shall have a Land use plan covering all the land owned and/or managed by the Port.


More Definitions of Land use plan

Land use plan means a plan that indicates existing land uses;
Land use plan means the relevant portion of a local government's general plan, or local coastal element which are sufficiently detailed to indicate the kinds, location, and intensity of land uses, the applicable resource protection and development policies and, where necessary, a listing of implementing actions.
Land use plan means the Land Use Plan for the University of British Columbia Point Grey Campus, as approved pursuant to Part 10 of the Municipalities Enabling and Validating Act (No. 3) S.B.C. 2001, c.44, as amended from time to time.
Land use plan means a plan prepared under section 1 of the city and village zoning act, 1921 PA 207, MCL 125.581.
Land use plan. The Land Use Plan is a map that specifies locations, dimensions and boundaries of things on the land, including but not limited to buildings, driveways, electric and telephone utilities, xxxxx and water pipes, septic fields, solar panels, common areas and conservation easements. LEASEHOLD: The area of land shown on the Land Use Plan that is being leased by the Lessor to the Lessee. It is this Leasehold that is the subject of this Lease Agreement and which is herein leased to the Lessee.
Land use plan means the land use plan and future land use map adopted in
Land use plan means a comprehensive plan adopted pursuant to Article 3 (§ 15.2-2223 et seq.) of