5.130 Unique Lot Conditions

 

1. On Corner Sites consisting of more than 1 Lot, the Front Lot Line of the Site is the same as the Front Lot Line of the Corner Lot.
 
Diagram for Subsection 1
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2. If the 2 Lot lines of a Corner Site Abutting a Street are equal in length, the location of the Front Lot Line of the Site must be determined by the Development Planner. The Development Planner must consider the orientation and access to the proposed development, and the Front Lot Lines of Abutting Lots when making this decision.
3. Despite Subsections 1 and 2 and the definition of Front Lot Line, the Development Planner may determine that a Corner Site has additional Front Lot Lines other than what is required. The Development Planner must consider the orientation and access to the proposed development, and the Front Lot Lines of Abutting Lots when making this decision.
4. Double Fronting Sites must have 2 Front Lot Lines.
5. To determine if a Lot or Site along a curved Street is a Corner Lot or Corner Site, the Development Planner must take into account the angle where the lines tangent to each of the two endpoints of the curved Lot or Site intersect.
6. The corner of a Corner Lot or Corner Site is the point on the curved Lot line(s) that is closest to the two intersecting tangent lines described in Subsection 6.
 
Diagram for Subsections 5 and 6
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