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(1) Creation of Project Information Form. Every Applicant shall prepare a Project Information Form for each covered development project and shall personally sign and date each such form. If submission of the Form is not required by subsection 14-303(15)(a) (Appeals to Zoning Board), then the Applicant shall submit a copy of the Form to the Department.
(2) Contents of Project Information Form. Each Project Information Form shall set forth the following information:
(a) Statements communicating the following in plain language:
(.1) The form is completed by the Applicant to provide a standard set of public information about each project; RCO's and the public are free to seek other information.
(.2) Statements made by the Applicant in the form are solely those of the Applicant. The City of Philadelphia, including the Philadelphia City Planning Commission, the Civic Design Review Committee, and the Department of Licenses and Inspections, does not review or control the statements made by the Applicant.
(.3) No statement in the form creates any contractual or other legal obligation; nor may any statement in the form be used to satisfy any legal obligation, except to demonstrate compliance with subsection 14-303(15)(a)(.3)(.a) (relating to Appeals to Zoning Board of Adjustment), or 14-304(5)(e)(.4)(.b) (relating to Review by Civic Design Review Committee).
(.4) The statements in the form cannot be presented as evidence to, and may not be considered by, the Zoning Board of Adjustment or the Civic Design Review Committee, except to demonstrate compliance with subsection 14-303(15)(a)(.3)(.a) (relating to Appeals to Zoning Board of Adjustment), or subsection 14-304(5)(e)(.4)(.b) (relating to Review by Civic Design Review Committee).
(b) The address of the Covered Development Project.
(c) The name and address of the Applicant.
(d) The name, phone number and email address of a contact person whom the local community can contact during construction (and, if different, the name, phone number and email address of a contact person the local community can contact after construction, e.g., a property manager) with any questions or concerns; and the nature of the relationship between that contact person(s) and the Applicant.
(e) The following key project statistics:
(.1) Current land use of parcel(s).
(.2) Proposed land use of parcel(s).
(.3) Net change in number of dwelling units.
(.4) Net change in commercial square footage.
(.5) Net change in total floor area.
(.6) Net change in any external dimensions or setbacks.
(.7) Net change in on-street parking.
(.8) Number of off-street parking spaces to be provided.
(.9) Approximate projected construction period.
(.10) Any area or height bonuses which the Applicant will be seeking under the Zoning Code.
(f) A brief summary of the Covered Development Project.
(g) Any proposed changes to the landscaping and lighting on any public space within or adjacent to the Covered Development Project.
(h) Any anticipated impacts on the transportation network (e.g. parking, sidewalks, street safety or traffic, public transit), and any plans for mitigating any negative impacts.
(i) Any plans for environmental remediation or cleanup; any stormwater management plans; and any waste or recycling plans; and any traffic impact study.
(j) Any plans to increase the supply of affordable housing that would satisfy the criteria set forth in subsections 14-702(7)(a)(.3), (.4) ("Mixed Income Housing"; "Criteria") or affordable workforce housing (as defined in subsection 16-901(1)(a) ("Philadelphia Workforce Housing Opportunity Zones"; "Definitions")).
(k) The following information concerning employment opportunities:
(.1) An approximation of the number of full time equivalent jobs (if any) that are currently located at the Covered Development Project.
(.2) An approximation of the number of full time equivalent workers (if known) who will be employed on-site during the construction period and a description of the anticipated wage range and anticipated employee benefits, including healthcare and retirement benefits for those workers.
(.3) An approximation of the number of full time equivalent workers (if known) who will be employed on-site after construction is complete and a description of the anticipated wage range and anticipated employee benefits, including healthcare and retirement benefits for those workers.
(.4) Any plans for local hiring and job training apprenticeships during or after construction.
(.5) Any plans to submit an Economic Opportunity Plan to the Office of Economic Opportunity, and, if applicable, a copy of that plan.
(l) Any proposed partnerships with local community organizations or businesses during or after construction.
(m) Any other anticipated community impacts (positive or negative) associated with the Covered Development Project, and if applicable, any plans to assist residents or businesses displaced or negatively impacted by the Covered Development Project.
(n) Any additional information the developer wishes to provide or the Department wishes to require.
(3) Amendments to Project Information Form. At any time, the Applicant may amend its Project Information Form; and, if significant changes are made to a covered development project, the Applicant is strongly encouraged to amend its Project Information Form. The Applicant shall submit any amended form to the Department.
(4) Condition for passage of Council ordinance or resolution. No covered development project shall be approved by ordinance or resolution of Council unless:
(a) No less than ten days prior to the public hearing on such ordinance or resolution, or, in the event of a resolution on which no public hearing is conducted, no less than 10 days prior to final passage, the Developer of such project shall have certified to the Council that the Developer has filed a copy of the Project Information Form with the Department.
(b) The ordinance or resolution, as introduced and as finally adopted, includes as an attachment a copy of the Project Information Form.
(5) The Department shall post on its website, in searchable and downloadable format, within seven (7) days after receipt, each Project Information Form or amended Project Information Form, and such Forms shall remain on its website for a minimum of five years.