Site Development Plans
Council may require a developer to submit detailed Site Development Plans for the approval of a proposed development.
Council may require a developer to submit a detailed Site Development Plan (SDP) for the approval of a proposed development. An SSDP is a detailed site plan document used by the City to determine if a development proposal has been planned consistently with the regulations and intent of the Zoning Regulations. It addresses elements such as use, building location and size, site circulation, parking and access, landscaping, building materials, and public improvements.
An approved SDP is typically required in order to obtain a building plan approval for exterior construction or alteration of a structure or for a change in use of a non-residential structure.
Once approved, the details and the stand become a legal obligation, with which the developer must comply when carrying out development.