§ 13.3. Definition.  


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  • A planned unit development (PUD): (a) is land under unified control, planned and developed as a whole in a single development operation or approved programed series of development operations for dwelling units and related uses and facilities; (b) is a plan which, when adopted, becomes the zoning regulations for the land to which it is applied; (c) includes principal and accessory structures substantially related to the character of the development itself and the surrounding area of which it is a part; and (d) is developed according to comprehensive and detailed plans which include not only streets, utilities, building sites, and the like, but also site plans and elevations for all buildings as intended to be located, constructed, used, and related to each other, and detailed plans for other uses and improvements on the land as related to the buildings.