When determining a district’s potential for Planned Unit Conservation District designation, the Planning Commission and City Council shall ensure that the following minimum criteria are satisfied:
   (A)   The need for coordinated action or treatment because of physical, social or economic relationships; the presence of unifying elements and cohesiveness within the district; similar land uses, densities and intensities; and any other related problems, issues or factors;
   (B)   Evidence of structural deterioration, encroachment of incompatible land uses, existence of disruptive elements or other factors contributing to the decline of the districts;
   (C)   The area exhibits revitalization potential;
   (D)   District property owners, residents or tenants desire and support urban conservation efforts;
   (E)   District designation conforms to city plan and policies; and
   (F)   Evidence that Planned Unit Conservation District designation would be an appropriate and effective method for the area.
(`93 Code, § 12-264)  (Ord. 1040, passed 4-12-83)