§ 16.28.050  GENERAL STANDARDS FOR PLANNED DEVELOPMENTS.
   A.   The site of the planned development shall be under common ownership and/or unified control. If there are two (2) or more owners, the application for the planned development shall be jointly filed by all such owners.
   B.   The ordinance authorizing a conditional use permit for a planned development may grant exceptions to the regulations contained in this Ordinance including, but not limited to, use, density, area, bulk, yards, off-street parking and loading, and signs to achieve the objectives of the proposed planned development. Such exceptions shall be consistent with the procedures and standards of this chapter.
   C.   Planned developments shall be compatible with the purpose and intent of this Ordinance and the 2030 Comprehensive Plan.
   D.   Planned developments shall not adversely affect the natural environment. Natural assets and features, such as existing trees, native vegetation, and natural drainage ways, shall be protected and preserved to the greatest extent practical.
   E.   The site shall be accessible to public streets that are adequate to carry the traffic that will be generated by the proposed development. The streets and driveways within the proposed development shall be adequate to serve the uses within the development. The applicant is responsible for the cost and installation of any additional traffic controls and regulating devices that may be required.
   F.   All planned developments shall provide acceptable design and construction of all utilities, roadways, parking facilities, landscape, and other site improvements, in accordance with the requirements of this Ordinance and other County codes including, but not limited to, McHenry County Stormwater Management Ordinance, McHenry County Public Health Ordinance, and McHenry County Access Control and Right-of-Way Management Ordinance.
(Ord. O-201410-10-035, passed 10-14-2014; Ord. O-201601-ZBA-006, passed 1-19-2016; Ord. O-201603-ZBA-010, passed 3-17-2016, § 7.5; Ord. O-201803-ZBA-10-08, passed 3-19-2018; Ord. O-201808-10-033, passed 8-21-2018)