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Inland Port Zoning Modifications

Posted on: August 2nd, 2018

Source: South Carolina Ports Authority Inland Port Zoning Modifications The Salt Lake City Planning Division is working on modification to the zoning ordinance in response to State Bill HB2001. The Utah State Legislature passed bill HB2001 – Utah Inland Port Authority Amendments in a special session that was signed by the Governor on July 21, […]

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Compatibility: What helps new development “fit” the neighborhood? [INVITATION]

Posted on: July 25th, 2018

The Marmalade and West Capitol Hill neighborhoods provide a real-world example of what is often called “compatible infill development.” Compatible infill is defined as the relationship between the height, spacing and location of new development and the surrounding neighborhood. Salt Lake City Planning uses several different methods to guide how a new development “fits.” For […]

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What’s all the buzz about form based code? [INVITATION]

Posted on: July 2nd, 2018

A form based code is a type of zoning where instead of regulating the use and then separating them –housing over here, retail over there–, we regulate what the building looks like: the form. While regular zoning has rules for building height, size, windows, as so forth, form based code goes to the next level […]

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Improving Results for Planned Developments: what applicants need to know about the new standards

Posted on: June 4th, 2018

The Salt Lake City Council recently adopted changes to the Planned Development regulations. These changes apply to all new Planned Development applications. If you are considering applying for Planned Development approval for your next project, here is what you need to know.   What is a Planned Development? A Planned Development is a planning approval […]

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