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HB35           Zoning/Design and Aesthetic Controls

SB25           Zoning/Design and Aesthetic Controls

 

HB36       (SB25)    Zoning/Design and Aesthetic Controls. (Public)

AN ACT TO CLARIFY WHEN A COUNTY OR MUNICIPALITY MAY ENACT ZONING  ORDINANCES RELATED TO DESIGN AND AESTHETIC CONTROLS

 

Provisions of Interest:

Companion bills were filed in the House and Senate this week that would prohibit a county from adopting zoning and subdivision development.The prohibition would not apply to areas designated as local historic districts, areas listed on the National Registry of Historic Places or in areas designated as local, state, or national historic landmarks. It would not apply to regulations that are directly and substantially related to applicable safety codes under the North Carolina State Building Code or regulations that are required for participation in the National Flood Insurance Program. In addition, the regulations prohibited by this section cannot be applied in any zoning district, special use district, conditional use district, or conditional district unless consented to by all of the owners of all of the property to which they can be applied.

 

History:

2/03/2015                House Filed            DRH20011-LR-37
02/04/2015              House Passed 1st Reading
02/04/2015              House Ref To Com On Local Government

 

AIA Charlotte Section Convener:
AIA Charlotte Section Participants:   

 

 

SB25       (HB36)    Zoning/Design and Aesthetic Controls. (Public)

AN ACT TO CLARIFY WHEN A COUNTY OR MUNICIPALITY MAY ENACT ZONING  ORDINANCES RELATED TO DESIGN AND AESTHETIC CONTROLS 


Provisions of Interest:

Companion bills were filed in the House and Senate this week that would prohibit a county from adopting zoning and subdivision development.The prohibition would not apply to areas designated as local historic districts, areas listed on the National Registry of Historic Places or in areas designated as local, state, or national historic landmarks. It would not apply to regulations that are directly and substantially related to applicable safety codes under the North Carolina State Building Code or regulations that are required for participation in the National Flood Insurance Program. In addition, the regulations prohibited by this section cannot be applied in any zoning district, special use district, conditional use district, or conditional district unless consented to by all of the owners of all of the property to which they can be applied.

 

History:

02/03/2015      Senate Filed                                       DRS45015-MQ-19A
02/04/2015      Senate Passed 1st Reading
02/04/2015      Senate Ref To Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate

 

AIA Charlotte Section Convener:
AIA Charlotte Section Participants:    
   

 
   

 

 

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