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Resources on New Jersey's updated cluster development law.

Resources on New Jersey's updated cluster development law.

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NJ Future Noncontiguous Cluster Webinar II Resources NJ Future Noncontiguous Cluster Webinar II Resources Presentation Transcript

  • RESOURCES
  • www.njfuture.org/cluster • Webinar Recordings • Presentations (including customizable Powerpoint) • Case Study Report • Legislation • DVRPC Brochure and planning service (coming soon) • Agriculture Smart Growth Plan for NJ • NJF Grant Opportunity
  • NJF Planning Grant Basics • $5,000 competitive planning grant – Feasibility study – Adoption of noncontiguous cluster ordinance – Overhaul of existing noncontiguous cluster ordinance • $5,000 match required ($2,500 can be in-kind) • All New Jersey municipalities are eligible • Counties may apply on behalf of multiple municipalities • Deadline: February 28, 2014
  • Details • Grant application and instructions: www.njfuture.org/cluster • Contact: Nick Dickerson 609.393.0008 ext. 109 or ndickerson@njfuture.org
  • Questions and Answers Send them in using the chat window on the lower left of your screen
  • Comparison: Noncontig vs. TDR Noncontiguous Cluster TDR • Municipality authorizes option to develop using noncontiguous cluster • Municipality adopts many planning documents subject to county and state review • Municipality establishes system where landowners can buy and sell credits • Implementation by landowner and developer is voluntary • Implementation can be voluntary or mandatory • Smaller scale - depends on developer ability to make “deals” • Scale can be municipal-wide • Municipality amends master plan, adopts ordinance