§ 1904  DENSITY.
   (A)   Maximum density.  The maximum density for a conservation development (CSD) shall not exceed what could be developed on the site through conventional development based on the density allowed in the subject zoning district. Maximum density shall be determined through the yield density formula provided in Article 3 of the Rules and Regulations Regarding the Subdivision and Development of Land. The applicant shall have the burden of proof with regard to the calculation of the proposed basic maximum number of lots/units, provided, however, that the Planning Board's determination of the basic maximum number shall be conclusive.
      (1)   Mixed residential uses. When the CSD includes a mix of residential types, the total number of dwelling units shall be the maximum allowed under § 603.  Each lot of the CSD shall conform to the applicable dimension regulations of § 604.
      (2)   Nonresidential development. The development intensity for a nonresidential land development project shall not exceed that which is allowed under conventional development standards for the total area of land in the CSD plan. All dimensional requirements of this subchapter as well as parking, landscaping, safety, and other requirements must be met.
(Ord. 08-05, passed 5-19-08; Am. Ord. 2019-15, passed 11-4-19; Am. Ord. 2019-16, passed 11-4- 19)