Presentation on theme: "ZOM-02-15 Newberry/122 nd St. PD. Applicant Request Applicant is requesting a rezoning from RE-1 (single-family residential) to PD (non-residential planned."— Presentation transcript:
Applicant Request Applicant is requesting a rezoning from RE-1 (single-family residential) to PD (non-residential planned development with all permitted and limited BR uses) on 2.12 acre parcel located at Newberry Road and NW 122 nd St. Rezoning is related to the small-scale comprehensive plan amendment, CPA-02-14, which Board of County Commissioners deferred on 10/14/14. That application requests a change in land use from Low Density Residential to Commercial.
Background Planning Commission voted to deny (3-2) CPA-02- 14 at its 3/19/14 meeting. Applicant reworked CPA, held another neighborhood workshop and brought back CPA- 02-14 to BoCC on 10/14/14 BoCC recommended that the County Attorney’s office prepare an ordinance recommending approval for CPA-02-14 and for the applicant to apply for a non-residential PD rezoning This application (ZOM-02-15) is in response to the BoCC request
STAFF PROPOSED ZMP Medium density buffer along eastern edge of easement. If easement is abandoned, high density buffer along western parcel boundary 15-40 feet build-to line
TND design Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND) design aims to create a sense of community – Emphasizes walkability, civic space, block pattern BoCC recommendation was based partly on existence of pending TND across NW 122 nd St. Staff has recommended reduced build-to lines, parking/drive aisles to rear of buildings, and TND design for any drive-through facilities Buffers and maximum square footage help to integrate development with surrounding residential uses
1. This Planned Development (ZOM-02-15) shall allow for all permitted and limited uses in the BR zoning district. A maximum of 25,000 sq. ft. of gross leaseable area shall be permitted. In addition, up to eight (8) residential units may be permitted above first floor non-residential uses. 2. Drive-through facilities shall have a maximum of two drive-through lanes. Drive-through lanes and drive aisles shall be located at the rear of buildings and shall be architecturally integrated with the building and screened from the street. 3. Proposed access points are subject to approval by the Alachua County Public Works Department or the Florida Department of Transportation. 4. Buffer type “H” (High) shall be required along the southern parcel boundary. Buffer type “M” (medium) shall be required to the east of the Southern Bell Exclusive Easement. In the event this easement is abandoned, buffer type “H” (High) will be required along the western parcel boundary. Arterial/collector buffers along Newberry Road and Parker Road shall comply with Sec. 407.43(d)2 of the ULDC. 5. The build-to line shall be between 15 and 40 feet. Parking and drive aisles shall not be allowed between buildings and Newberry Rd. and/or Parker Rd. 6. Hours of operation shall be limited from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. 7. Development on the PD shall be consistent with the attached zoning master plan and conditions of the PD set forth in this resolution. Conditions Proposed by Staff
Staff Recommendation Staff finds the request consistent with the Alachua County Comprehensive Plan and Code. Recommendation is that the Commission hear the item and adopt the Resolution approving the request with the bases and conditions as noted in the staff report.