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Unified Land Development Code (ULDC)
Planning & Zoning > Unified Land Development Code (ULDC)
 Welcome! This is the public review site for Charlotte County's draft Unified Land Development Code (ULDC). Charlotte County has been working to unify all of its various land development regulations into a single land development code. Sections of the document will be posted as they are revised.

This is a very complicated project. In order to thoroughly review and revise/update the existing Land Development Regulations (LDRs), staff has divided the project into three phases:

• Phase I focused on revisions to the conventional zoning districts and some sections of Article I. In General and Article III. Special Regulations of Chapter 3-9. Zoning.
• Phase II will focus on all overlay codes and the remaining sections of Article I., In General, and Article III., Special Regulations of Chapter 3-9. Zoning.
• Phase III will focus on regulations found primarily in Chapter 3-5. Planning and Development, which may include topics such as wetlands, landscaping and buffers, and site and commercial design standards.

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