New Jersey Revised Statutes § 40:55d-145 - Characteristics Of Receiving Zone.

40:55D-145 Characteristics of receiving zone.

9. a. A receiving zone shall be appropriate and suitable for development and shall be at least sufficient to accommodate all of the development potential of the sending zone, and at all times there shall be a reasonable likelihood that a balance is maintained between sending zone land values and the value of the transferable development potential.

b.The development potential of the receiving zone shall be realistically achievable, considering: (1) the availability of all necessary infrastructure; (2) all of the provisions of the zoning ordinance including those related to density, lot size and bulk requirements; and (3) given local land market conditions as of the date of the adoption of the development transfer ordinance.

c.The development potential of the receiving zone shall be consistent with the criteria established pursuant to subsection b. of section 13 of P.L.2004, c.2 (C.40:55D-149).

d.All infrastructure necessary to support the development of the receiving zone as set forth in the zoning ordinance shall either exist or be scheduled to be provided so that no development requiring the purchase of transferable development potential shall be unreasonably delayed because the necessary infrastructure will not be available due to any action or inaction by the municipality.

e.No density increases may be achieved in a receiving zone without the use of appropriate instruments of transfer.


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