New Jersey Revised Statutes § 40:55d-45.5 - Variation Approval

40:55D-45.5. Variation approval
a. Except as provided hereunder, the developer shall be required to gain the prior approval of the planning board if, after approval of the general development plan, the developer wishes to make any variation in the location of land uses within the planned development or to increase the density of residential development or the floor area ratio of nonresidential development in any section of the planned development.

b. Any variation in the location of land uses or increase in density or floor area ratio proposed in reaction to a negative decision of, or condition of development approval imposed by, the Pinelands Commission pursuant to P.L. 1979, c. 111 (C. 13:18A-1 et seq.) or the Department of Environmental Protection pursuant to P.L. 1973, c. 185 (C. 13:19-1 et seq.) shall be approved by the planning board if the developer can demonstrate, to the satisfaction of the planning board, that the variation being proposed is a direct result of such determination by the Pinelands Commission or the Department of Environmental Protection, as the case may be.

L. 1987, c. 129, s. 7.

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