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A. Information Required: A proposed planned unit development shall be reviewed by the planned unit development board, with the applicant to supply all documents, plans, plats, maps and reports deemed necessary and requested by the board. In each instance, the applicant shall submit the following plans, maps and reports:
1. The existing site conditions including contours at two foot (2') intervals, floodplains, watercourses and existing vegetation.
2. Proposed lot lines and building lines.
3. The location and maximum floor area size of all existing and proposed buildings, structures and other improvements, including maximum height, density and types of dwelling units.
4. Existing and proposed pedestrian circulation system, including its interrelationships with the vehicular circulation system.
5. A general landscape plan indicating the treatment of materials used for private and common open spaces.
6. Proposed treatment of the perimeter of the planned unit development, including materials and techniques used such as screens, fences and walls.
7. A statement of specific planning objectives to be achieved by the planned unit development through the approach proposed by the applicant. Staff recommendations will, in part, reflect whether or not the proposed design effectively meets the stated planning objectives.
8. Quantitative data for the following: total number and type of dwelling units; parcel size; proposed lot coverage of buildings and structures; total amount of open space; total amount of nonresidential construction.
B. Compliance; Issuance Of Certificate: Upon review, if the planned unit development board finds that the planned unit development complies with the planned unit development code, then the board shall issue a certificate certifying the same to the metropolitan area planning commission.
C. Noncompliance; Notice Of Rejection: Upon review, if the planned unit development board finds that the planned unit development does not comply with the planned unit development code, then the board shall issue a notice of rejection to the applicant, detailing the specific areas of noncompliance. (2001 Code § 150.121)