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“Foster development that enhances quality of life, minimizes traffic impacts, and creates safe, attractive, inclusive development for all citizens.”

-- Create Wilmington Comprehensive Plan

What is Changing:

  • General reorganization and clean up
  • LDC Article 6 IllustrationNot distinguishing between minor and major subdivisions
  • Administrative approval of all subdivisions that comply with standards
  • Design Adjustment Committee to review plan with subjective standard waivers
  • Improved connectivity standards
  • Improved open space standards
  • Traffic calming devices introduced for new subdivisions

What is NOT Changing:

  • Permanent monument standards
  • Street name standards
  • Maximum cul-de-sac length
  • Private streets and private access easements remain as options for developmentsLDC Article 6 Illustration

 

Addition of an accessory use table for ease of use 

  1. • Accessory dwelling unit (ADU) changes: Reduce the minimum required lot area 
  2. Increase maximum size of ADU to 900 sq. ft., regardless of the size of the principal structure. 
  3. Require ADU to meet standard accessory building setbacks 
  4. Clarify that, if an ADU is used as a homestay, the host must reside in the principal residence 
  5. • Significant changes to the regulations for mixed-use development as an optional use (formerly commercial district mixed use and multi-family mixed use) 
  6. • Standards for bed and breakfast and homestay lodging more closely aligned 
  7. • New conditions for discount variety stores 
  8. • Certain uses considered accessory uses: outdoor vending machines and kiosks, drive-through facilities, fuel pumps and canopies, and outdoor seating

 

Addition of an accessory use table for ease of use 

  1. • Accessory dwelling unit (ADU) changes: Reduce the minimum required lot area 
  2. Increase maximum size of ADU to 900 sq. ft., regardless of the size of the principal structure. 
  3. Require ADU to meet standard accessory building setbacks 
  4. Clarify that, if an ADU is used as a homestay, the host must reside in the principal residence 
  5. • Significant changes to the regulations for mixed-use development as an optional use (formerly commercial district mixed use and multi-family mixed use) 
  6. • Standards for bed and breakfast and homestay lodging more closely aligned 
  7. • New conditions for discount variety stores 
  8. • Certain uses considered accessory uses: outdoor vending machines and kiosks, drive-through facilities, fuel pumps and canopies, and outdoor seating

 

Addition of an accessory use table for ease of use 

  1. • Accessory dwelling unit (ADU) changes: Reduce the minimum required lot area 
  2. Increase maximum size of ADU to 900 sq. ft., regardless of the size of the principal structure. 
  3. Require ADU to meet standard accessory building setbacks 
  4. Clarify that, if an ADU is used as a homestay, the host must reside in the principal residence 
  5. • Significant changes to the regulations for mixed-use development as an optional use (formerly commercial district mixed use and multi-family mixed use) 
  6. • Standards for bed and breakfast and homestay lodging more closely aligned 
  7. • New conditions for discount variety stores 
  8. • Certain uses considered accessory uses: outdoor vending machines and kiosks, drive-through facilities, fuel pumps and canopies, and outdoor seating

 

Addition of an illustrated measurements section 

• Addition of new terms to align with use tables and other terminology used throughout the code 

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