§ 154.88  APPROVAL CRITERIA.
   (A)   Approval Criteria for a Preliminary Development Plan. The following criteria shall serve as conditions that should generally be satisfied before the approval of the preliminary development plan:
      (1)   The PD District and preliminary development plan is consistent with the adopted Village Plan;
      (2)   The use(s) proposed will not be detrimental to present and potential surrounding uses, but will have a beneficial effect which could not be achieved as well under other zoning districts;
      (3)   The internal streets and primary and secondary roads that are proposed properly interconnect with the surrounding existing road network.
      (4)   The site will be safely accessible from public roads that are generally adequate to carry the traffic that will be imposed upon them by the proposed development and the streets and driveways on the site will be adequate to serve the residents or occupants of the proposed development;
      (5)   The minimum common greenspace area(s) have been designated and shall be duly transferred to a legally established Homeowner's Association or has been dedicated to the village or another public or quasi-public agency.
      (6)    The preliminary development plan is consistent with the intent and purpose of this subchapter.
      (7)   The preliminary development plan has been transmitted to all other agencies and departments charged with responsibility of review.
   (B)   Approval Criteria for a Final Development Plan.  The following criteria shall serve as conditions that should generally be satisfied before the approval of the final development plan:
      (1)   Appropriate arrangements with the applicant have been made which will ensure the reservation of common greenspace as indicated on the preliminary development plan and final development plan. If deemed necessary by the Village Council during the preliminary development plan process, the Village Council may require the applicant to hold bond to ensure the successful and proper reservation of greenspace;
      (2)   Appropriate agreements with the applicant have been made to ensure the proper completion of public improvements in compliance with Chapter 153: Subdivision Regulations;
      (3)   The proposed detailed final development plan(s) for the individual section(s) of the overall PD District is consistent in contents (building location, land uses, densities and intensities, yard requirements, and area and frontage requirements) with the approved preliminary development plan and the Glendale Village Plan;
      (4)   Each individual phase of the development can exist as an independent unit that is capable of creating an environment of sustained desirability and stability, or that adequate assurance will be provided that such objective can be obtained;
      (5)   That any part of the planned development not used for structures, parking and loading areas, or streets, shall be landscaped or otherwise improved; or if approved by the GPHPC, left in its natural state;
      (6)   That any exception from the design standards provided in the PD District is warranted by the design and amenities incorporated in the detailed final development plan;
      (7)   That the internal streets and thoroughfares proposed are suitable and adequate to accommodate the anticipated traffic within and through the development;
      (8)   That the detailed final development plan is consistent with the intent and purpose of this section and to promote the public health, safety and general welfare of the residents of Glendale; and
      (9)   The final development plan has been transmitted to all other agencies and departments charged with responsibility of review.
(Ord. 2006-12, passed 5-1-06)