Question 1

 

Multiple Answer

(1.0000 points)

 

Question:

A property owner with an irregularly shaped lot wants to build a home on the property. Unfortunately, due to the irregular shape of the lot, it is not possible to build a home and still comply with the setback requirements of the zoning code even though the lot has a sufficient size. Check the one of the following which will represent the homeowner's best opportunity to achieve a solution to this problem.

 

 

 

special exception
rezoning
transfer of development right
variance
planned unit development

 

 

Question 2

 

Multiple Answer

(1.0000 points)

 

Question:

What zoning innovation would be best for the developer of a subdivision if the developer wished to achieve greater economies of scale by building on smaller lots surrounding a golf course while maintaining the average density desired by the zoning code?
(Check the best possibility,)

 

 

 

transfer of development tights
floating zone
variance
special exception
cluster zone

 

 

Question 3

 

Multiple Answer

(1.0000 points)

 

Question:

Check the zoning innovation that was developed primarily to preserve environmentally sensitive land by discouraging development in that area.

 

 

 

transfer of development rights
floating zone
planned unit development
special exception
cluster zone

 

 

Question 4

 

Multiple Answer

(1.0000 points)

 

Question:

A church wanting to locate in an area zoned for residential development would most likely seek a(n)

 

 

 

special exception
rezoning
transfer of development right
variance
planned unit development

 

 

Question 5

 

Multiple Answer

(1.0000 points)

 

Question:

A developer of a fifty acre parcel of land wishes to build a shopping/office/apartment complex in an area zoned for apartments only. What zoning innovation might the developer seek in order to build the desired project?

 

 

 

transfer of development rights
floating zone
planned unit development
special exception
cluster zone