Examples of Planned unit development in a sentence
Planned unit development regulations are intended to encourage innovations in land development techniques so that unique opportunities and circumstances may be met with greater flexibility.
Planned unit development -- A type of development characterized by a unified site design for a number of dwelling units or dwelling sites on a parcel, whether for sale, rent, or lease and also usually involving clustering of these units or sites to provide areas of common open space, density increases, and a mix of structure types and land uses.
Planned unit development proposals shall involve the simultaneous construction of at least three (3) buildings on one tract of land subdivided for such purposes.
PUD SIP Planned unit development district, specific implementation plan.3. Madison General Ordinance 27.06 (2)(b).
Planned unit development plans shall be reviewed simultaneously for compliance with this ordinance and the Asheboro Zoning Ordinance in particular, Section 630.