There is development of any new multiple-family or nonresidential use
The redevelopment or renovation of such use where the proposed alteration would:
Increase gross floor area of a nonresidential structure by 20 percent or more
Increase impervious cover on nonresidential lot by 7,500 square feet or more
Increase number of units in a multiple-family project by five or more
In the event that any of the modifications above occur cumulatively within a five-year period, then all of the provisions of this section shall apply.
Site Plan Provisions
Adherence to an approved site plan shall be a continuing obligation of the applicant. Any changes from the approved site plan shall be in accordance with the minor modification section of Title 22.
Approval of the site plan does not exempt the applicant from compliance with other applicable building or construction standards or codes in effect.
No building permit will be processed without final site plan approval. All improvements reflected on approved site plans shall be constructed at the time of development. All buildings and site work shall be constructed and performed in accordance with an approved site plan.