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.010 Compliance with the Hotel Circle Specific Plan Code. All uses and developments in this zone shall comply with all applicable provisions of this Code expressly referred to in this chapter, including, unless specifically amended herein, the provisions of Chapters 18.92 (Definitions); provided, however, that in the event of any conflict or inconsistency between any provision contained in any other chapter of the Anaheim Municipal Code and any provision contained in this chapter, the provision contained in this chapter shall govern and apply. The provisions of this chapter shall supersede the provisions set forth in the Commercial-Recreation (CR) Zone.
.020 Site Development Standards. The site development standards hereinafter set forth in this chapter have been adopted to operate in conjunction with the Hotel Circle Specific Plan Area Design Guidelines.
.030 Compliance with City of Anaheim Codes. All grading plans shall comply with all applicable regulations, and shall be reviewed and processed in accordance with the procedures contained in Title 17 (Land Development and Resources) of the Anaheim Municipal Code. All construction shall comply with the provisions of the Uniform Building Code, as adopted by the City of Anaheim, and applicable sections of Title 15 (Building and Housing) of the Anaheim Municipal Code. Construction within the Specific Plan Area may commence only after the Planning Commission approves the final site plan, and finds that the construction proposal is in substantial compliance with Development Standards and Design Guidelines of the Hotel Circle Specific Plan. The issuance of building permits may only occur after final site plan approval has been obtained from the City of Anaheim, subject to the procedures set forth in subsection 18.118.040.020 (Final Site Plan Approval).
.040 Lot Line Adjustment. Lot line adjustments within the Hotel Circle Specific Plan shall comply with all applicable regulations, and shall be reviewed and processed in accordance with the procedures contained in Title 17 (Land Development and Resources) of the Anaheim Municipal Code.
.050 Number of Hotel Rooms. In addition to the existing two (2) hotels with two hundred sixty-nine (269) rooms, and the redesigned Katella hotel with two hundred fifty (250) rooms, the Specific Plan permits the development of two hotels with up to four hundred fifty (450) rooms, for a total of nine hundred sixty-nine (969) rooms, and other permitted accessory uses. The approximate number of rooms within each hotel is established on Exhibit 18 of the Hotel Circle Specific Plan document. In the event that any of the proposed hotels within the Specific Plan Area, as shown in Exhibit 18, are scaled down in density or height, such hotels shall be deemed to be in conformance with the Specific Plan.
Any of the permitted primary or accessory uses may be located at any location within the Specific Plan Area, provided said uses comply with the development standards set forth herein. Any changes in the location of the uses, as set forth in Exhibit 18 of the Specific Plan, will be reviewed and processed in accordance with subparagraph 18.118.040.0201.01.
.060 Orderly Development. The provisions set forth in this Specific Plan, including the development standards, shall allow for the orderly development of all proposed hotels, parking facilities and other related/accessory uses.
.070 Applicability to New Development. The development standards contained herein shall apply to all newly proposed developments within the Hotel Circle Specific Plan boundaries.
.080 Applicability to Expansion. The site development standards in this chapter shall apply to the structural expansion portion of every building hereinafter expanded, in addition to all requirement set forth in the Specific Plan.
.090 Zoning Code. Any reference to the Zoning Code made in this chapter shall mean Title 18 of the Anaheim Municipal Code.
.100 Future Approvals. In adopting Resolutions 94R-194 and 94R-195, approving and adopting the Specific Plan, the City Council of the City of Anaheim made certain findings of consistency between the General Plan of the City and the Specific Plan. In granting future approvals, as contemplated by this chapter and by the Specific Plan, the particular person or body so acting shall not do so in such a manner as to abrogate or nullify those findings. (Ord. 5444 § 1 (part); August 16, 1994: Ord. 5920 § 1 (part); June 8, 2004.)