Mike McDanielFAPA Public Policy Workshop    Tallahassee, Florida       February 8, 2012
   Statutory reference: 163.3245   Purpose    •   Long Range Planning (20 to 50 years)    •   Intended for substantial g...
   No longer requires agreement with state land    planning agency for authorization to begin   Scoping meeting is optio...
   Two levels    • Long-Term Master Plan        Adopted by plan amendment        Subject to state coordinated review pr...
   Consists of :    • A framework map identifying major land uses and      land use patterns    • Data and analysis and p...
   Applicant may apply for Master Development    Order approval (380.06(29)) to establish    build-out date until which a...
   Upon approval of the long-term master plan:    • The MPO long-range transportation plan must be      consistent, to th...
• Detailed analysis and identification, appropriate  policies, and capital improvements addressing:  The distribution and...
   Must establish buildout date until which    approved uses are not subject to downzoning    or density/intensity reduct...
   Plan amendments adopted prior to July    1, 2011, and containing at least 15,000 acres    may convert to Sector Plans ...
   Horizons West (Orange Co) – 21,000 acres    • 40,974 dus, 10.3 million sf non-res    • 6 DSAPs   Clear Springs (Barto...
   NE District (Osceola Co) – 19,140 acres    • 29,320 dus    • 10.5 million sf non-res   East Nassau Community Plan – 2...
   Bluehead – (Highlands Co) 50,000 acres    • 30,000 dus, 11million sf non-res   Farmton – (Volusia/Brevard Cos) 58,000...
   Hendry – several, including Alico   Lake County – 16,200 acres   Alachua Co – Plum Creek - 65,000 acres   Washingto...
TITLE SLIDE                    David L. PowellAPA Florida Public Policy Workshop               Tallahassee, Florida       ...
   Large landowners are interested in it   Many have wanted a practical planning tool to make    long-term decisions abo...
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   Relocation of Panama City Int’l Airport   Planning period – 2052   Population at build-out – 71,093   Total size – ...
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   5 miles to Orlando’s emerging “Medical City”   Planning period – 2025 (2039)   Population at build-out – 62,800   T...
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   Pent-up demand for large-area planning due to the    sector plan pilot program’s 5-plan limit   Landowners were expec...
   Mostly landowners, not developers   Mostly families and institutions rather than publicly    traded companies   Owne...
   A plan can build long-term value in the land by    coordinating land use, water, transportation   A plan can create a...
   Long, expensive and complicated process   Lots of public scrutiny and perhaps criticism   Potential complications fo...
   They don’t have experience at modern land use    regulation like developers   They don’t want a long-term plan to int...
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East Nassau Community Planning             Area
Nassau CountyDevelopment & Preservation Framework
Nassau CountyDevelopment & Preservation Framework
Nassau CountyDevelopment & Preservation Framework (ENCPA)The East Nassau Community Planning Area Implements the County’s F...
Context
Context
Land Form.   Topography
Land Form.   Wetlands
Development Framework
Development Framework                   Community Pattern                     1 mile radius                      ¼ mile ra...
Development Framework                  Road Network.                  Two Mile Grid                  adjusted to site cond...
Development Framework
Sector planning presentation by Jim Sellen, Mike McDaniel, David Powell & David Hallman
Sector planning presentation by Jim Sellen, Mike McDaniel, David Powell & David Hallman
Sector planning presentation by Jim Sellen, Mike McDaniel, David Powell & David Hallman
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  1. 1. Mike McDanielFAPA Public Policy Workshop Tallahassee, Florida February 8, 2012
  2. 2.  Statutory reference: 163.3245 Purpose • Long Range Planning (20 to 50 years) • Intended for substantial geographic areas • Must have at least 15,000 acres (previously 5,000) • Focus  Urban Form  Regionally significant resources  Regionally significant facilities No longer a pilot program, no limit on number that may be approved (previously 5)
  3. 3.  No longer requires agreement with state land planning agency for authorization to begin Scoping meeting is optional • If held, purpose is to identify  Relevant planning issues  Available data and resources • RPC prepares recommendations to local government and DCA If area is in two or more jurisdictions, they may enter a joint planning agreement to address • Planning issues to be emphasized • Procedures to address extra-jurisdictional impacts • Other issues
  4. 4.  Two levels • Long-Term Master Plan  Adopted by plan amendment  Subject to state coordinated review process  Can exceed planning horizon of plan  Demonstration of need not required • Detailed Specific Area Plans (DSAP)  Adopted by local ordinance; DRI exempt  Must be consistent with long-term master plan  Rendered to state land planning agency; subject to appeal  Must contain 1,000 acres (can be waived)  Can exceed planning horizon  Demonstration of need not required
  5. 5.  Consists of : • A framework map identifying major land uses and land use patterns • Data and analysis and policies addressing:  Water Supplies  Regionally significant transportation facilities  Other regionally significant public facilities  Regionally significant natural resources  Urban form, lands identified for permanent preservation, urban sprawl, housing diversity, multimodal transportation, and jobs  Procedures to address extra-jurisdictional impacts
  6. 6.  Applicant may apply for Master Development Order approval (380.06(29)) to establish build-out date until which approved uses not subject to downzoning or reductions 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
  7. 7.  Upon approval of the long-term master plan: • The MPO long-range transportation plan must be consistent, to the maximum extent feasible, with the master plan’s projected population and approved uses • The master plan’s transportation facilities must be developed in coordination with the adopted MPO long-range transportation plan • The water supply needs, sources, and development projects shall be incorporated into the regional water supply plan in accordance with water management district requirements • A landowner may request a consumptive use permit commensurate with the long-term planning period
  8. 8. • Detailed analysis and identification, appropriate policies, and capital improvements addressing:  The distribution and densities and intensities of land uses  Water resource development projects and water conservation measures  Transportation facilities  Public facilities, both regional and project-specific  Natural resource protection, including conservation easements  Urban form, housing diversity, multimodal transportation, and jobs  Extra-jurisdictional impacts
  9. 9.  Must establish buildout date until which approved uses are not subject to downzoning or density/intensity reductions Previously approved Sector plans shall have their DSAPs governed by new legislation
  10. 10.  Plan amendments adopted prior to July 1, 2011, and containing at least 15,000 acres may convert to Sector Plans through an agreement with DCA if consistent with criteria for long-term master plan A long-term buildout overlay adopted prior to July 1, 2011, shall be implemented through the new DSAP process A Master DRI development order may be implemented through new DSAP process
  11. 11.  Horizons West (Orange Co) – 21,000 acres • 40,974 dus, 10.3 million sf non-res • 6 DSAPs Clear Springs (Bartow) – 17,466 acres • 11,016 dus, 28.7 million sf non-res • 1 DSAP West Bay (Bay Co) – 72,500 acres • 27,631 dus, 37.9 million sf non-res • 2 DSAPs Mid-West (Escambia Co) – 16,000 acres • 23,000 dus, 12.2 million sf non-res • 2 DSAPs
  12. 12.  NE District (Osceola Co) – 19,140 acres • 29,320 dus • 10.5 million sf non-res East Nassau Community Plan – 22,675 acres • 24,000 dus • 11 million sf non-res Rodina (Hendry Co) – 25,832 acres • 21,000 dus • 4.35 million sf non-res
  13. 13.  Bluehead – (Highlands Co) 50,000 acres • 30,000 dus, 11million sf non-res Farmton – (Volusia/Brevard Cos) 58,000 acres • 25,406 dus, 5.95 million sf non-res Fellsmere – 18,387 ac • 19,750 du, 8 million sf non-res
  14. 14.  Hendry – several, including Alico Lake County – 16,200 acres Alachua Co – Plum Creek - 65,000 acres Washington & Bay Co’s – Knight Family - 55,000 acres
  15. 15. TITLE SLIDE David L. PowellAPA Florida Public Policy Workshop Tallahassee, Florida February 8, 2012
  16. 16.  Large landowners are interested in it Many have wanted a practical planning tool to make long-term decisions about their land Sector planning answers this need • Plan-based tool that doesn’t require immediate mitigation • Intended for gradual, long-term implementation • Allows owner to continue ranching and farming Settles expectations for everyone 18
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  19. 19.  Relocation of Panama City Int’l Airport Planning period – 2052 Population at build-out – 71,093 Total size – 74,729 acres Undeveloped acreage – 61% Mixed-use development pattern Right of way reservation for SR 79 Resource protection for West Bay 21
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  21. 21.  5 miles to Orlando’s emerging “Medical City” Planning period – 2025 (2039) Population at build-out – 62,800 Total size – 19,140 acres Undeveloped acreage – 70% Planned for multi-modal transportation Right of way reserved for Osceola Parkway Two east-west transportation corridors 23
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  23. 23.  Pent-up demand for large-area planning due to the sector plan pilot program’s 5-plan limit Landowners were expected to jump at the chance to do sector planning under new law Instead, they are slow out of starting blocks • Analyzing commitments they would have to make • No demand in real estate market • Some took advantage of conversion process 25
  24. 24.  Mostly landowners, not developers Mostly families and institutions rather than publicly traded companies Owners who expect to hold their land for many years and are patient Owners who are committed to a strong stewardship ethic Families concerned about generational issues 26
  25. 25.  A plan can build long-term value in the land by coordinating land use, water, transportation A plan can create a legacy for good stewards with planned conservation areas and continued ranching and farming A plan can reinforce a family’s commitment to their land through changing generations A plan can be a good defense against unwanted land uses 27
  26. 26.  Long, expensive and complicated process Lots of public scrutiny and perhaps criticism Potential complications for ranching and farming operations Heightens desires that others may have to control the owner’s land Potential questions concerning agricultural use classification for ad valorem taxes 28
  27. 27.  They don’t have experience at modern land use regulation like developers They don’t want a long-term plan to interfere with ranching and farming They won’t provide mitigation since they won’t be the developer They don’t want to grant conservation easements early, without reciprocal benefit They are publicity shy 29
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  29. 29. East Nassau Community Planning Area
  30. 30. Nassau CountyDevelopment & Preservation Framework
  31. 31. Nassau CountyDevelopment & Preservation Framework
  32. 32. Nassau CountyDevelopment & Preservation Framework (ENCPA)The East Nassau Community Planning Area Implements the County’s Framework through: Future Land Use Map and Text Amendments Land Use Components:  Conservation and Habitat Network  Employment Center  Regional Center  Transit-Oriented Developments  Resort Development  Village Centers  Neighborhood Centers  Residential Neighborhoods  Tiers 1-3
  33. 33. Context
  34. 34. Context
  35. 35. Land Form. Topography
  36. 36. Land Form. Wetlands
  37. 37. Development Framework
  38. 38. Development Framework Community Pattern 1 mile radius ¼ mile radius
  39. 39. Development Framework Road Network. Two Mile Grid adjusted to site conditions
  40. 40. Development Framework

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