§ 153.166  CLUSTERED RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT (SUBDIVISION).
   (A)   Use by right.  In any R-1 and R-2a District in which single-family detached dwellings are a use permitted by right, the minimum required lot areas for that use, as set forth in the Table of General Bulk Regulations in Appendix B, may be reduced by an amount not to exceed 50%; provided that a quantity of land at least equivalent to the total amount deducted from all lots shall be dedicated for open space so that the overall gross density for the entire area shall not exceed that permitted in the applicable zoning district.
   (B)   Permit; compliance.  Any subdivision plan wherein the clustered residential development concept is proposed shall require special use permit approval with site plan approval by the Planning Commission and must be in accordance with all standard procedures and provisions set forth in §§ 153.075 through 153.081, 153.095 through 153.100, and 153.165 through 153.170 and in the subdivision regulations of the city set forth in Chapter 152.
   (C)   Site eligibility.  The minimum area necessary to qualify as a cluster development shall not be less than ten contiguous acres of land.
(1993 Code, § 154.121)  (Ord. 84-1, passed 1-3-1984)