Sector Plans    <br />
Statutory reference:  163.3245<br />Purpose<br />Long Range Planning (20 to 50 years)<br />Intended for substantial geogra...
No longer requires agreement with state land planning agency for authorization to begin<br />Scoping meeting is optional<b...
Two levels<br />Long-Term Master Plan<br />Adopted by plan amendment<br />Subject to state coordinated review process<br /...
Consists of :<br />A framework map identifying major land uses and land use patterns<br />Data and analysis and policies a...
Applicant may apply for Master Development Order approval (380.06(21)) to establish build-out date until which approved us...
Upon approval of the long-term master plan:<br />The MPO long-range transportation plan must be consistent, to the maximum...
Detailed analysis and identification, appropriate policies, and capital improvements addressing: <br />The distribution an...
Must establish buildout date until which approved uses not subject to downzoning or density/intensity reductions<br />Prev...
Plan amendments adopted prior to July 1, 2011, and containing at least 15,000 acres may convert to Sector Plans through ag...
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9/9 FRI 08:00 | Large-Area Planning for Florida's Varied Landscapes 1

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Mike McDaniel

Large landholders are volunteering for long-term planning due to growth pressure from urban centers or generational changes in ownership. Tools are available under Florida law to address
conservation, development, and agricultural planning on these tracts. Planning issues differ based on the location of the landholding,
its characteristics, and other uses in the vicinity. This session imparts lessons learned from experiences with these type plans, including best practices, where they work, and where their use is more challenging. Emphasis is placed on sector planning as authorized under Florida law, and hybrids of sector plans prepared and submitted as large-scale amend

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9/9 FRI 08:00 | Large-Area Planning for Florida's Varied Landscapes 1

  1. 1. Sector Plans <br />
  2. 2. Statutory reference: 163.3245<br />Purpose<br />Long Range Planning (20 to 50 years)<br />Intended for substantial geographic areas<br />Must have at least 15,000 acres (previously 5,000)<br />Focus<br />Urban Form<br />Regionally significant resources<br />Regionally significant facilities<br />No longer a pilot program, no limit on number that may be approved (previously 5)<br />General<br />
  3. 3. No longer requires agreement with state land planning agency for authorization to begin<br />Scoping meeting is optional<br />If held, purpose is to identify<br />Relevant planning issues<br />Available data and resources<br />RPC prepares recommendations to local government and DCA<br />If area is in two or more jurisdictions, they may enter a joint planning agreement to address<br />Planning issues to be emphasized<br />Procedures to address extra-jurisdictional impacts <br />Other issues<br />Getting Started<br />
  4. 4. Two levels<br />Long-Term Master Plan<br />Adopted by plan amendment<br />Subject to state coordinated review process<br />Can exceed planning horizon of plan<br />Demonstration of need not required<br />Detailed Specific Area Plans (DSAP)<br />Adopted by local ordinance; DRI exempt<br />Must be consistent with long-term master plan<br />Rendered to state land planning agency; subject to appeal<br />Must contain 1,000 acres (can be waived)<br />Can exceed planning horizon <br />Demonstration of need not required<br />Getting Started<br />
  5. 5. Consists of :<br />A framework map identifying major land uses and land use patterns<br />Data and analysis and policies addressing:<br />Water Supplies<br />Regionally significant transportation facilities<br />Other regionally significant public facilities<br />Regionally significant natural resources<br />Urban form, lands identified for permanent preservation, urban sprawl, housing diversity, multimodal transportation, and jobs<br />Procedures to address extra-jurisdictional impacts<br />Long-Term Master Plan<br />
  6. 6. Applicant may apply for Master Development Order approval (380.06(21)) to establish build-out date until which approved uses not subject to downzoning or reductions<br />Property owners may initially choose not to be part of Master Plan, but after approval may withdraw from long-term master plan only by plan amendment<br />Long Term Master Plan<br />
  7. 7. Upon approval of the long-term master plan:<br />The MPO long-range transportation plan must be consistent, to the maximum extent feasible, with the master plan’s projected population and approved uses<br />The master plan’s transportation facilities must be developed in coordination with the adopted MPO long-range transportation plan <br />The water supply needs, sources, and development projects shall be incorporated into the regional water supply plan in accordance with water management district requirements<br />A landowner may request a consumptive use permit commensurate with the long-term planning period <br />Long-Term Master Plan<br />
  8. 8. Detailed analysis and identification, appropriate policies, and capital improvements addressing: <br />The distribution and densities and intensities of land uses<br />Water resource development projects and water conservation measures<br />Transportation facilities<br />Public facilities, both regional and project-specific<br />Natural resource protection, including conservation easements<br />Urban form, housing diversity, multimodal transportation, and jobs<br />Extra-jurisdictional impacts<br />Detailed Specific Area Plan (DSAP)<br />
  9. 9. Must establish buildout date until which approved uses not subject to downzoning or density/intensity reductions<br />Previously approved Sector plans shall have their DSAPs governed by new legislation<br />Detailed Specific Area Plan<br />
  10. 10. Plan amendments adopted prior to July 1, 2011, and containing at least 15,000 acres may convert to Sector Plans through agreement with DCA if consistent with criteria for long-term master plan<br />A long-term buildout overlay adopted prior to July 1, 2011, shall be implemented through the new DSAP process<br />A Master DRI development order may be implemented through new DSAP process<br />Conversions<br />

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