Any real estate may be rezoned planned unit development district in order to accomplish the following:
   (A)   The characteristics of the specific site development and its land uses proposed for the subject real estate are compatible with the surrounding area if the development were limited to those plans and uses as submitted;
   (B)   Land uses, which would not otherwise be permitted to locate within the existing zoning districts, are proposed for development on a parcel under single or multiple ownership or management;
   (C)   Exceptions or variations from the size, setback, frontage, density, uses or other development standards which are established for a given land use in the other zoning districts are permitted as a part of the Planned Unit Development District; and
   (D)   The objectives and goals of smart growth are incorporated through the utilization of such initiatives as conservation developments, integrated mixed-use developments and performance-based implementation developments.
(Ord. 2000-16, passed 8-28-2000, § 5.2; Ord. 2010-04, passed 6-7-2010)