(A)   The planned development concept is intended to afford both the developer and the village considerable flexibility in formulating development proposals. Consequently, to the extent indicated in this section, planned developments may deviate from generally applicable Code requirements without a variance.
   (B)   Any proposed deviation not listed below, however, shall require a variance.
      (1)   Mixed uses. Planned developments may include all types of residential structures and any other uses approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission, provided that in approving such mixed uses, the Planning and Zoning Commission may attach any conditions necessary to protect the public welfare.
      (2)   Lot and structure requirements. In planned developments, the Planning and Zoning Commission may approve any reasonable deviation from the lot and structure requirements of the particular zoning district so long as the different uses within the PD are appropriately interrelated and property abutting the PD is adequately protected from any potential adverse impacts of the development. LOT AND STRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS means minimum individual lot area, width and depth; minimum setbacks; and maximum structure height.
      (3)   Accessory uses. In PDs, the Planning and Zoning Commission may allow the developer to disregard the usual restrictions on accessory uses other than the prohibition against using an accessory structure as a dwelling.
      (4)   Location of parking/loading spaces. By permission of the Planning and Zoning Commission, off-street parking and loading spaces in PDs need not be located in accordance with generally applicable requirements. The minimum number of such spaces, however, shall not be less than the number required as per §§ 155.280 through 155.287.
(1999 Code, § 40-3-24)  (Ord. 5/9/2000-1, passed 5-9-2000)