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No preliminary plan of a planned unit development (PUD) shall be approved until the applicant has submitted all of the following to the zoning administrator:
A. Completed Application: A completed application form.
B. Fees: A fee as required from time to time by the village board, plus an improvement plan filing fee in accordance with the provisions of subsection 12-2-3B of this code.
C. Statement Of Objectives: The applicant's written statement documenting the particular ways in which the flexibility requested through planned unit development procedures will result in a design quality and amenity for the proposed development that furthers the public welfare to a degree not possible under other provisions of this title and the village subdivision control requirements.
D. Ownership Interest: A disclosure of ownership interest as provided under section 11-3-5 of this title.
E. Preliminary Development Plan: A plan (15 copies) at a scale determined by the zoning administrator that shows for each development phase and for the planned unit development as a whole:
1. Boundaries: The surveyed boundaries of the planned unit development in relation to surrounding properties, of each development phase thereof, and of any easements therein, and the dimensions, area, and location of all lots within the development; current school district and municipal boundary lines on or immediately adjacent to the site.
2. Land Use:
a. The location, acreage, type, and configuration of all land uses; the location, dimensions, type, and orientation of all structures, including buildings, signs, screening, and fences; and the amount of floor space contained in each building.
b. Plus figures that show for each land use type within each development phase the total acreage, number of lots, floor area ratio, dwelling units per acre, and amount of site area devoted to thoroughfares, off street parking, off street loading, open space, recreation, and each housing type.
3. Circulation, Parking And Loading: The proposed number, location, alignment, design and construction standards, and dimensions of all public and private thoroughfares, sidewalks, railroad rights of way, pedestrianways, and bicycle paths and all off street parking and loading spaces and associated aisles, driveways, and entrances and exits.
4. Open Space: The number, location, acreage, dimensions, proposed ownership, and provisions for maintenance of parks, playgrounds, swimming pools, tennis courts, and other recreational and nonrecreational common open spaces.
5. Existing Natural Features: The topography of the site at two foot (2') intervals, drainage patterns, existing waterways, floodplains, wooded areas, scenic views, marsh areas, areas with soil problems, isolated preservable trees six inches (6") or more in diameter at one foot (1') above ground level, and other existing environmental features; data on subsurface soil, rock, and groundwater conditions if required by the village engineer.
6. Utilities And Drainage: The size, purpose, and location of existing and proposed public and private utilities (including water, sanitary and storm sewers, gas, electric, telephone, and street lighting), utility easements, and drainage facilities on or within one hundred feet (100') of the site. The locations of existing and proposed hydrants, catch basins, manholes, and valves. The dimensions and locations of proposed wet or dry stormwater detention or retention areas, other artificial water features, or any proposed modifications to existing watercourses or water bodies.
7. Housing: The number of housing units proposed by housing type, number of bedrooms, and floor area and the estimated residential population for each type of housing.
8. Landscaping And Grading: The number, type, location, and size of all proposed plant materials, ground cover, and berming, including existing plant materials that are to remain on the site; the nature of any earthmoving to be done on the site.
9. Public Facilities: The dimensions and locations of all areas to be conveyed, dedicated, or reserved for school sites, fire stations, or other public or quasi-public uses.
10. General Information: The name of the development; its location by section and township; legal descriptions of the land contained within the development and each phase thereof; names and addresses of the owners, beneficiaries, or option holders of all property therein and of the developer, site planner, and engineer; scale; north arrow; and date of preparation.
F. Community Impact Statement: A community impact statement as provided on forms supplied by the village.
G. Open Space Statement: The applicant's written statement regarding the location and character of all proposed common open space, including the advantages the land at each location offers for open space and recreation use and the ways in which open land at each location might be used by the community.
H. Architectural Renderings: Architectural renderings showing the substantial design intent for proposed structures but not necessarily the final design detail.
I. Traffic Analysis: If requested by the plan commission, a professional analysis indicating the estimated traffic to be generated by the completed development per week, per twenty four (24) hour day, and during morning and evening peak hours; the impact of this traffic on existing traffic loads in the vicinity; and street construction or traffic control measures needed to accommodate the new traffic generated.
J. Phasing Schedule: A chronological schedule showing the expected beginning and ending dates for all proposed stages of construction or improvement of all structures, improvements, common open space areas, circulation ways, and utilities and showing interim use and maintenance of areas not under construction in each phase.
K. Homeowners' Association And Covenants:
1. Organizational details of all proposed property owners or condominium associations.
2. A draft of any proposed protective covenants governing land use, open space, or other aspects of the development; a copy of any proposed documents governing the maintenance of open spaces and common areas.
L. School Capacity: Evidence of the capacity of all affected public school districts to handle the enrollment likely to be generated by the PUD.
M. Feasibility: Evidence of the petitioner's capability to implement the type of development proposed; if requested by the village, a market analysis or other evidence of economic justification of any of the uses proposed. (Ord. 99-02, 1-7-1999)