CHARLOTTE (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) — It was a very long night time for Charlotte city councilmembers with an just about five hour conference. Metropolis staff members gave displays on the city’s 2040 Extensive Strategy Coverage Maps, and the very first draft of the Unified Improvement Ordinance. Both equally shows prompted numerous thoughts from the Council.
The maps of envisioned growth in Charlotte, owing to the 2040 Comp Plan, were released and explained. They confirmed huge adjustments coming to the Queen Town. Some on the Council welcome the modify, but other folks have considerations about the impression it will have on affordability.
“We have to realize that some of the points we’re chatting about executing will have the influence of triggering the housing to go up or have the outcome of causing more highly-priced housing to be created to accommodate progress and will never essentially be responsive to our vital priority of bringing housing expenses down or creating additional cost-effective housing readily available,” said Councilman Ed Driggs.
“What was basically said to me in the shut session meeting was, this does nothing at all for affordability. It actually is seriously additional about potential about number of units, I however firmly believe that it will have a internet damaging impression on affordability,” Bokhari stated.
City personnel also gave a presentation on their initially draft of the Unified Improvement Ordinance. The 600 web page UDO will dictate what receives designed in Charlotte and wherever developers can develop it, more than the subsequent 20 a long time.
Councilman Larken Egleston said it will be a long system till the UDO receives voted on. He expects it will consider about 3 additional drafts and if everything goes to program, will arrive to a vote in July of 2022.