The detailed development plan shall be submitted in five copies, and shall contain the following documents and supporting evidence, prepared and endorsed by a qualified professional team, which shall include a licensed architect, registered land surveyor, and registered civil engineer:
   (A)   A survey of the proposed development site, showing the dimensions and bearings of the property lines, area in acres, topography, existing features of the development site, including specimen trees, structures, streets, easements, utility lines, and land uses;
   (B)   A detailed development plan which shall be in conformance with the approved preliminary plan, showing, as appropriate, all the information required on the preliminary development plan; the approximate location and sizes of lots, the approximate location and proposed density of dwelling units; nonresidential building intensity; and land use considered suitable for adjacent properties;
   (C)   A schedule for the development of units to be constructed in progression and a description of the design principles for buildings and streetscapes; tabulation of the number of acres in the proposed project for various uses, the number of housing units proposed by type; estimated residential population by type of housing; estimated nonresidential population; proposed retail sales area and economic justification; anticipated timing for each unit; and standards for height, open space, building density, parking areas, population density, and public improvements proposed for each unit of the development whenever the applicant proposes an exception from standard zoning district or other ordinances governing development;
   (D)    Engineering feasibility studies and plans showing, as necessary, water, sewer, and other utility installations; waste disposal facilities; surface drainage; street improvements; and nature and extent of earth work required for site preparation and development;
   (E)   Site plan, showing buildings(s), various functional use areas, circulation, and their relationship;
   (F)   Preliminary building plans, including floor plans and exterior elevations;
   (G)   Landscaping plans; and
   (H)   Deed restrictions, protective covenants, and other legal statements or devices to be used to control the use, development, and maintenance of the land, and the improvements thereon, including those areas which are to be commonly owned and maintained.
(Ord. 420, passed 3-4-1981)