Franklin Zoning Ordinance

323 PROCEDURES Vesting 20 Chapter Franklin Zoning Ordinance Effective January 1, 2023 B. To make a final interpretation on a boundary of the zoning map. 20.18.6 Review Criteria A. For administrative decisions other than map interpretations, the order, decision, determination, or interpretation shall not be reversed or modified, unless there is competent, material, and substantial evidence in the record that it fails to comply with either the procedural or substantive requirements of this Ordinance and State law. B. For map interpretations, the BZA shall use the best available data to make a final interpretation of the zoning map boundary. 20.19 Vesting 20.19.1 Initiation of Vesting A. In accordance with T.C.A. § 13-4-310, and subject to the exceptions set forth in said statute, vesting shall be initiated by the approval of a plan listed below on or after January 1, 2015, by the applicable review body: 1. Development plan; 2. Preliminary plat; 3. Site plan that is not associated with an approved development plan or preliminary plat; or 4. A revision to a development plan, site plan, or preliminary plat that was originally approved prior to January 1, 2015 and receives approval by the original review body. B. For the remainder of this Section, these approved applications shall be referred to as “vested plans”. 20.19.2 Vesting Periods A. The approval of a plan in accordance with Subsection 20.19.1, Initiation of Vesting, will initiate a vesting period, during which the development standards adopted by the City and in effect on the date of approval shall remain the applicable standards to the vested plan during its vesting period. B. The vesting period applicable to a vested plan shall be a period of three years and begins on the date of approval by the applicable review body, which is either: 1. The effective date of the BOMA resolution approving the development plan; 2. The meeting date of the FMPC meeting approving the preliminary plat or site plan (not associated with an approved development plan or preliminary plat);