Charlotte City Council votes to pass Unified Development Ordinance (WBTV)

The Charlotte City Council voted 6-4 to pass the Unified Development Ordinance during Monday night’s meeting.

It’s the zoning plan and set of rules to regulate future construction and development in Charlotte. Neighborhoods full of single-family homes would change if the UDO passes.

Sustain Charlotte shares concerns about displacement in the city and encourages the council to adopt anti-displacement strategies when they are proposed by the Neighborhood Equity and Stabilization Commission. 

The organization said displacement is already happening in many neighborhoods traditionally zoned only for single-family homes and more housing options to help provide additional homes within existing neighborhoods as Charlotte’s population grows. 

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  • Lauren Sawyers
    published this page in Press 2022-09-10 17:47:17 -0400