Planned Development Submittal Checklist

Applicant Checklist Required for Submittal Sufficient Insufficient
  Complete Application: On-line application has been thoroughly completed.    
  Fees: Application and Review Deposit fees have been paid.    
  Property Owners: List of the names and mailing addresses of all property owners within 500' of the property proposed for annexation taken from Orange or Seminole Counties.    
  Authorizations: Name, address and phone number of any agent authorized to represent the property owner(s) of the property proposed for annexation.    
  Vicinity map depicting surrounding streets and existing zoning and land use on the site and surrounding area (within 500 feet).    
  Boundary survey and legal description for each parcel of property subject to the application but owned by separate and distinct persons, corporations, partnerships, or other legal entities; and prepared by a surveyor registered by the State under a surveyor's seal and certified to the City. If applicable, provide the gross and net land area which may be provided on a separate sheet.     
  Planned Development (PD) Concept Plan: A master plan for the district that depicts the general configuration and relationship of the principal elements of the proposed development plan.  The contents of a PD plan are outlined in Section 3.5.3(e)(1) of the Land Development Code and a sample plan can be found in the Procedures Manual.    
  Planned Development (PD) Agreement: A written agreement which includes all terms and conditions related to the approval of the district, including monitoring rules phasing rales (where relevant) requirements for how mitigation will occur, and how public facilities will be provided to serve the planned development.  The required contents of the PD Agreement are outlined in Section 3.5.3(e)(2) of the Land Development Code.    
  Compensating Community Benefits: Statement of compensating community benefits supporting the planned development must be identified within the PD plan and PD Agreement.  Examples of compensating community benefits are outlined in Section 3.5.3(e)(3) of the Land Development Code.