The Development Plan
This chapter describes the July 3, 2001 Development Plan as an institutional innovation generated during the master planning process to replace the existing building-by-building review under Town zoning. Basically, the University's Development Plan said to the Town, “this is our ten-year list of expected projects that we would like you to review and approve as a comprehensive development program, rather than subjecting each new building to individual special use permit reviews.” Its benefit to the Town was that decision-makers could address all of the impacts of anticipated development in one comprehensive review process. Its benefit to the University was that building could proceed more expeditiously once the Development Plan had received Town approval.
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