Sec. 35.1-43.6. General requirements for traditional neighborhood developments.
(a) Minimum area. Generally, the minimum area required to qualify for a traditional neighborhood development shall be thirty (30) contiguous acres of land. Where the applicant can demonstrate that the characteristics of a proposed project site will meet the objectives of this article, the city council may consider projects of less acreage when considering a TND application.
(b) Location of traditional neighborhood developments. A traditional neighborhood development may be established by a conditional use permit in the R-C, R-1, R-2, R-3, R-4, and R-5 residential districts and the B-1, B-2, B-3 business districts, where the applicant can demonstrate that the characteristics of the property will meet the objectives of this section and are consistent with the general plan of the City of Lynchburg.
(c) Management and ownership of common open space and other common facilities in traditional neighborhood developments. All common open space properties and common facilities, such as alleys, not deeded to the city shall be preserved for their intended purpose as expressed in the approved plan. The developer shall provide for the establishment of a property owner’s association to ensure the maintenance of all common open space properties and common facilities. The property owner’s association shall be established pursuant to Sec. 35.1-56(c) of the city code.
(d) Fee schedule for traditional neighborhood development review. The fees for TND review and action shall be the same as those for planned unit developments as set forth in Sec. 35.1-42.2(e) of the city code. (Ord. No. O-98-013, 2-10-98; Ord. No. O-98-___, 7-14-98)
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