Borough of Gibbsboro, NJ
Camden County
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[Amended 4-14-2004 by Ord. No. 2004-4]
No development application shall be accepted for submittal unless it conforms to the content and data requirements of the submission checklist under Chapter 240, Land Use Procedures, § 240-10B. No application shall be accepted unless it is filed on the official application forms of the Borough.
The standards for submission contained in this article shall be considered the minimum requirements for the promotion of the public health, safety and general welfare.
All plans submitted to the Borough shall be signed and sealed by the appropriate licensed or certified professional, as follows:
A. 
Depiction of existing conditions on a site plan.
(1) 
Survey of property and exact location of existing conditions: land surveyor.
(2) 
The existing location of vegetation, general floodplain determination or general location of buildings, utilities or structures: architect, engineer, land surveyor, landscape architect or planner.
B. 
Preparation of a site plan.
(1) 
The location of proposed buildings and their relationship to the site and the immediate environs: architect or engineer.
(2) 
The location of drives, parking layout, pedestrian circulation and the means of ingress and egress: architect, engineer or planner.
(3) 
Drainage facilities for site plans of 10 acres or more; or involving stormwater detention facilities; or traversed by a watercourse: engineer.
(4) 
Other drainage facilities: architect or engineer.
(5) 
Connections with utilities and their on tract extension: engineer.
(6) 
Off-tract utility extensions: engineer.
(7) 
On-site sanitary sewage disposal or flow equalization facilities: engineer.
(8) 
Preliminary floor plans and elevation views of buildings illustrating the architectural design of a project: architect, except where the building is part of an engineering or industrial project, in which case an engineer.
(9) 
Landscaping, signs, lighting, screening material or other information not specified above: architect, planner, engineer or landscape architect.
(10) 
The general layout of a preliminary site plan or general development plan for a multiple-building project showing the development elements, including their relationship to the site and the immediate environs: architect, engineer or planner.
C. 
Preparation of a major subdivision plat.
(1) 
The general location of facilities, site improvements and lot layouts: architect, engineer, land surveyor or planner.
(2) 
The design and construction details of all public improvements, including street pavements, sidewalks, curbs, sanitary sewage and storm drainage facilities: engineer.
(3) 
Final subdivision plat with metes and bounds: land surveyor.
D. 
Environmental impact statement: engineer or planner.
E. 
Fiscal impact report: planner.
F. 
Traffic impact report: transportation engineer or planner.
G. 
Other submissions: as qualified by the Board.
The following provisions are required for all submissions:
A. 
A completed and signed application form.
B. 
The application fee and applicable escrow fee in accordance with Article V.
C. 
A list of all variances or waivers requested, citing the applicable section of the ordinance, excepting concept plans.
D. 
A certification from the Tax Collector's office that no taxes or assessments are due or delinquent on the subject property.
E. 
Affidavit of ownership and the consent of the owner for the filing of an application for development.
F. 
A certification of corporation or partnership interest pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-48.1 et seq., if applicable, excepting concept plans.
G. 
A copy of the deed of the parcel or parcels involved and any protective covenants or deed restrictions applying or to be applied to the subject land, excepting concept plans.
H. 
Any existing or proposed easement or land dedicated or reserved for public use.
I. 
A list of all required regulatory approvals at the municipal, county, state and federal level of government and their status, excepting concept plans.
J. 
Plans shall be legibly drawn at a scale no less than one inch equals 100 feet, with the exception of general development plans, with the tract oriented such that the North arrow points to the top of the sheet. All boundary distances shall be in feet and tenths of a foot. All bearings shall be given to the nearest 10 seconds. The error of closure shall not exceed 1:5,000. In the event that the entire tract cannot be contained on one sheet, multiple sheets may be submitted, provided that each sheet contains reference to adjacent sheets and the sheets are the same size. Details and profiles may be drawn on originals at a different size than the plat, provided that all prints submitted shall be of the same size.
K. 
Details to be placed on plans.
(1) 
The name and address of the owner and applicant.
(2) 
The name, signature, license or certification number, seal and address of architect, engineer, planner, land surveyor or landscape architect, as applicable, involved in the preparation of the plat or plan.
(3) 
The title block denoting the type and level of submission. Tax Map sheet, block and lot number(s), name of county and municipality and street location.
(4) 
A key map drawn at a scale no less than one inch equals 2,000 feet, showing the location of the tract with reference to the surrounding properties, streets, municipal boundaries and watercourses within 500 feet of the subject parcel.
(5) 
A schedule of the required and proposed zoning district regulations, including but not limited to the lot size, lot width, street frontage, yard setbacks, open space requirements, parking requirements and lot coverages.
(6) 
A North arrow, scale and graphic scale.
(7) 
A copy of the current Zoning Map depicting the subject tract and the surrounding properties within 500 feet of said parcel.
(8) 
The date of the plan and/or survey and any revision date.
A conceptual plan review of any type of proposed development may be submitted to the Planning Board. Conceptual review is informal and is at the option of the developer but is strongly suggested for general development plans and major site plans. The purpose of the submission is for informal discussion to review the overall development concept in order to assist an applicant in the preparation of formal submittals. In addition to the requirements of § 324-24 of this article, the following information shall be submitted:
A. 
The general location and size of any existing and proposed buildings and structures.
B. 
The general location and width of any existing or proposed streets.
C. 
The general location of any watercourses, floodplains, wetlands, significant woodland cover, steep slopes or other environmentally sensitive lands or significant physical features on and within 200 feet of the subject parcel.
D. 
Existing rights-of-way and easements on and within 200 feet of the subject parcel.
E. 
Topographical features from the 7.5-minute series of the United States Geological Survey of the subject parcel.
F. 
The general vehicular and pedestrian circulation patterns, including the location of drives, parking areas and loading and unloading areas.
G. 
The general location of stormwater detention facilities.
H. 
Acreage of the tract.
In addition to the requirements of § 324-24 of this article, the following information shall be submitted for a minor site plan:
A. 
A signature block for the Chair, Secretary, Borough Engineer and Borough Planner to signify approval of the plan.
B. 
Acreage of the entire tract to the nearest 10th acre.
C. 
The location, height and size of any existing and proposed buildings and structures and their dimensioned setbacks. The required yard areas shall be shown with a dotted line from all property boundaries.
D. 
Plans and typical cross sections, center-line profiles, dimensions and grades for the existing and proposed drives, entranceways, parking areas, loading or unloading areas and abutting streets shall be shown and shall also include curbing, sidewalks, storm drains and drainage structures and their details, if applicable. Sight triangles and the radii of curblines shall be shown on the plan.
E. 
Parking schedule. A parking schedule indicating the required and proposed number of parking spaces, including those designated for handicapped use; size of parking spaces; drive aisles; fire zones; and loading and unloading zones.
F. 
Development suitability. A development suitability map at the same scale as the plat, indicating slope; rock outcroppings; wetlands; soils; floodplains; watercourses and natural drainage; vegetation, including the location, nature and extent of wooded areas and specimen trees; the depth to seasonal high water; and the cultural and historic characteristics on the tract and within 200 feet of the property's boundaries, overlaid to depict the constraints for development on the tract.
G. 
Properties. The depiction of all property lines within 200 feet of the subject tract and indicating the owners of the other parcels, according to the most recent property tax records, in their correct relationship to the subject tract.
H. 
Grading. A map indicating the existing and proposed contour intervals based on United States Geological Service datum on and within 200 feet of the subject tract. One-foot contour intervals shall be used in areas of five-percent grade or less and two-foot contour intervals may be used for grades in excess of 5%. Spot and finished elevations shall be shown for all property corners, the corners of all structures, including dwellings, and the existing or proposed first floor elevations.
I. 
Stormwater management. A stormwater management plan drawn at the same scale as the plat showing:
(1) 
Any existing and proposed watercourse, including water elevation levels.
(2) 
The boundaries of the floodplains of all watercourses on or within or 200 feet of the tract.
(3) 
The location and extent of drainage easements, conservation districts and stream encroachment lines.
(4) 
All existing and proposed stormwater sewerage on or within 200 feet of the subject tract, showing the size and profile of the lines, direction of flow and the location of all inlets, manholes, culverts, headwalls or other drainage structures and typical details of the same.
(5) 
The location and extent of any proposed dry wells, detention or retention basins or other water and soil conservation facilities.
(6) 
Drainage calculations and other data indicating that the proposed development shall not discharge stormwater to contiguous tracts of land in a quantity and rate, measured in cubic feet per second, that exceeds the discharge of water from the tract in its natural undeveloped state. The quantity of natural and developed discharge shall be determined utilizing natural and developed parameters for a one- , two- , ten- , twenty-five- , fifty- and one-hundred-year, twenty-four-hour frequency storm design. The excess stormwater shall be suitably detained and discharged by an acceptable stormwater management facility at a controlled rate not to exceed the natural discharge rate for each respective frequency storm design; excepting that a twenty-five-year design storm shall be restricted to no more than the ten-year natural discharge rate. The stormwater management facility shall provide for the control of a water quality design storm of a one-year frequency Soil Conservation Service Type III twenty-four-hour storm or a one-and-one-fourth-inch two-hour rainfall as required by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the Borough Engineer.
J. 
Utilities. An utilities plan at the same scale as the plat indicating:
(1) 
The location of existing utility installations on the subject tract, depicting but not limited to water supply, sanitary sewerage, gas and oil transmission lines and buried or high-tension electric power lines.
(2) 
Plans of the proposed utilities and improvements, including sewer, water, gas, telephone, cable television and electric, showing their connections and any proposed extensions of services off-tract and detailed connections and cross sections.
(3) 
Percolation test results or other acceptable testing forms in accordance with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and Camden County Board of Health regulations, if septic systems are proposed.
K. 
Landscaping and lighting. A landscaping and lighting plan, drawn at the same scale as the plat, indicating the location of woodland and individual trees to be retained and the landscaping proposed by botanical name, common name and size at time of planting. Details on the planting and staking of plant material shall be shown. Notes on the method of planting shall be provided, including but not limited to ground preparation, watering schedule and guaranty of replacement for failure to thrive. The location of lighting shall be shown, indicating at ground level the isolux footcandle contours from the proposed lamps, the type of lighting proposed, mounting height and the wattage. Details of the lighting fixture, lighting pole and method of anchoring shall be shown.
L. 
Signage. The location of any existing or proposed signs, traffic control signs and directional signs shall be shown, including the dimensions and details of the proposed signs drawn to scale.
M. 
Solid waste management. A solid waste management plan which depicts the method of trash and garbage disposal and recycling, if applicable, including central collection points, enclosure of such collection points and their screening from public view.
N. 
Architectural plans. Preliminary architectural plans depicting side, front and rear elevations of buildings, drawn to scale, and dimensioned and preliminary floor plans depicting the general layout of the interior sufficient to determine conformance with the site plan.
O. 
Operations. A narrative of the proposed operations of the building or buildings, including the number of employees for nonresidential uses, the proposed number of shifts to be manned and the maximum number of employees on any one shift, the expected method of delivery of materials and removal of products, possible safety hazards relating to such materials and products and the anticipated plans for expansion, taking into account noise, glare, vibration, heat and emissions into the air, land and water.
In addition to the requirements of § 324-24 of this article, the following information shall be submitted for a general development plan:
A. 
A signature block for the Chair, Secretary, Borough Engineer and Borough Planner to signify approval of the plan.
B. 
Acreage of the entire tract to the nearest 10th acre.
C. 
The general location and size of any existing or proposed buildings.
D. 
Narrative. A written statement describing the proposal, together with a statement by the applicant of the major planning assumptions and objectives of the proposed planned unit development, including development concepts and relationship of the proposed planned unit development to adjacent properties and their current and potential uses.
E. 
General land use plan.
(1) 
A general land use plan at a scale not less than one inch equals 200 feet, showing the total acreage of the planned unit development and the general location and relationships of the proposed residential, open space and recreation and nonresidential uses of each section of the development shown to the nearest acre.
(2) 
The land area and total floor area of nonresidential development proposed and the lot coverage of each section of the tract proposed for nonresidential uses.
(3) 
The land area, type and total number of dwelling units proposed and the net density of each section of the tract proposed for residential use.
(4) 
The proposed rights-of-way and cartway widths and locations of all existing and proposed streets within the planned unit development and those roadways which shall provide access to the primary roadway system of the Borough and Camden County.
(5) 
All existing and proposed rail, utility and conservation rights-of-way and easements and any other easements or conditions that affect the proposed use of the site.
(6) 
The existing contours within the planned unit development based on the United States Geological Survey (USGS) 7.5-minute quadrangle maps and shown at not more than five-foot intervals.
F. 
Circulation plan. A circulation plan at a scale not less than one inch equals 200 feet, showing the location and types of transportation facilities proposed within the planned unit development, including facilities for vehicles, pedestrians and bicycle users within the development, and proposed improvements to the existing transportation system outside the planned unit development. The plan shall provide a description of vehicular traffic generation characteristics and an estimate of the amount of traffic to be generated by the proposed development, including estimates of the peak traffic loads that shall be introduced into existing and proposed roads as a result of the development and a parking schedule indicating the estimated number of parking spaces required for a planned unit development. This shall include substantiation of the current and future capacity of the road system in the vicinity of the development to accommodate the additional traffic from the planned unit development and the development of other nearby properties, with proposed road improvements that are necessary to permit the development without unduly burdening the traffic circulation system.
G. 
Open space plan. An open space plan at a scale not less than one inch equals 200 feet, showing the location of the proposed land areas to be used for recreation and conservation purposes, proposed or regulatory use restrictions, proposed improvements within the open space, any areas along set-asides for public access and use, the total amount of open space within the planned unit development and the general form(s) of organization proposed to own and maintain common open space.
H. 
Community facility plan. A community facility plan at a scale of one inch equals 200 feet, showing the locations of land and facilities that are proposed for use by or dedication to the Borough or any authorized agency for the provision of community facilities needed as a result of the development of an approved planned unit development.
I. 
Fiscal impact report. A fiscal impact report providing projected population of the planned unit development, including the projected population of school age children (ages five to 18) likely to result from the planned unit development and the anticipated cost of providing municipal and school services to the development, as well as anticipated revenues.
J. 
Market feasibility report. A market feasibility report providing a general summary of market feasibility studies conducted and relied upon to determine the type, quantity, distribution and phasing and timing of the proposed land use program.
K. 
Proposed staging plan. A proposed staging plan in the case of plans that call for development of a planned unit development over a period of years, and which shall include a schedule showing the proposed order of development.
L. 
Environmental impact statement (EIS). An EIS shall be provided in accordance with Chapter 154, Environmental Impact Statements, of the Code of the Borough of Gibbsboro.
M. 
Restrictive covenant. The substance of covenants, easements, restrictions or other agreements proposed to burden or benefit the use of the land, building and structures, including all easements, rights-of-way and open space to be granted or dedicated for public use, in the form of a written statement.
N. 
Municipal development agreement. A proposed municipal development agreement, which shall be a written agreement between the Borough and the developer of an approved planned unit development and which shall establish the rights and obligations of the developer and the Borough with regard to the implementation of an approved planned unit development.
O. 
Stormwater management plan. A stormwater management plan at a scale not less than one inch equals 200 feet, containing engineering information sufficient to determine that the stormwater management system, using the Soil Conservation Service's TR-55 basin sizing method or equivalent, shall be able to serve the entire site and shall comply with the policies and ordinances of the Borough, Camden County and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
P. 
Utility plan. An utility plan at a scale not less than one inch equals 200 feet, showing the method(s) of providing proposed utilities and the feasibility of the proposal for disposition of sanitary and solid wastes, storm drainage and the provision of water supply. Information shall include generalized plans for service of the entire development by public sewer and water and which describes the stormwater management approach to be followed. Engineering information shall be sufficiently detailed to determine that the sewage collection and water distribution systems shall be able to serve the entire site and shall comply with the policies and ordinances of the Borough, Camden County and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. Fully engineered plans complying with all appropriate regulations shall be required at both preliminary and final site plan and subdivision development application levels.
In addition to the requirements of § 324-24 of this article, the following information shall be submitted for a preliminary major site plan:
A. 
A signature block for the Chair, Secretary, Borough Engineer and Borough Planner to signify approval of the plan.
B. 
Acreage of the entire tract to the nearest 10th acre.
C. 
The location, height and size of any existing and proposed buildings and structures and their dimensioned setbacks. The required yard areas shall be shown with a dotted line from all property boundaries.
D. 
Plans and typical cross sections, center-line profiles, dimensions and grades for the existing and proposed drives, entranceways, parking areas, loading or unloading areas and abutting streets shall be shown and shall also include curbing, sidewalks, storm drains and drainage structures, and including details of the same. Sight triangles and the radii of curbline shall be shown on the plan.
E. 
Parking schedule. A parking schedule indicating the required and proposed number of parking spaces, including those designated for handicapped use; size of parking spaces; drive aisles; fire zones; and loading and unloading zones.
F. 
Phasing plan. A plan depicting the proposed stages or phases of the development.
G. 
Development suitability. A development suitability map at the same scale as the plat indicating slope; rock outcroppings; wetlands; soils; floodplains; watercourses and natural drainage; vegetation, including the location, nature and extent of wooded areas and specimen trees; the depth to seasonal high water; and the cultural and historic characteristics on the tract and within 200 feet of the property's boundaries, overlaid to depict the constraints for development on the tract.
H. 
Properties. The depiction of all property lines within 200 feet of the subject tract and indicating the owners of the other parcels, according to the most recent property tax records, in their correct relationship to the subject tract.
I. 
Grading. A map indicating the existing and proposed contour intervals based on United States Geological Service datum on and within 200 feet of the subject tract. One-foot contour intervals shall be used in areas of five-percent grade or less and two-foot contour intervals may be used for grades in excess of 5%. Spot and finished elevations shall be shown for all property corners, the corners of all structures, including dwellings, and the existing or proposed first floor elevations.
J. 
Stormwater management. A preliminary stormwater management plan drawn at the same scale as the site plan showing:
(1) 
Any existing and proposed watercourse, including water elevation levels.
(2) 
Cross sections of watercourses and/or drainage swales at an approximate scale showing the extent of floodplain, top-of-bank, normal water level and bottom elevations at the following locations:
(a) 
At any point where a watercourse crosses a boundary of the tract.
(b) 
At intervals of 50 feet for a distance of 500 feet upstream and downstream of any existing or proposed culvert and bridge within the subdivision and within 1,000 feet downstream of any development.
(c) 
At intervals of 50 feet up to 500 feet upstream and downstream of any point of juncture of two or more watercourses within 1,000 feet of the development.
(d) 
At a maximum of intervals of 500 feet, but not less than two such cross sections, along each watercourse within 1,000 feet of the development.
(3) 
The boundaries of the floodplains of all watercourses on or within 200 feet of the tract.
(4) 
The total acreage in the drainage basins of any watercourse running through, on or within 200 feet of the subject tract.
(5) 
The total acreage in the drainage basins to the nearest downstream drainage structure and the acreage in the development which drains to such structure.
(6) 
The location and extent of drainage easements, conservation districts and stream encroachment lines.
(7) 
All existing and proposed stormwater sewerage on or within 200 feet of the subject tract, showing the size and profile of the lines, direction of flow and the location of all inlets, manholes, culverts, headwalls or other drainage structures and typical details of the same.
(8) 
The location and extent of any proposed dry wells, detention or retention basins or other water and soil conservation facilities.
(9) 
Drainage calculations and other data indicating that the proposed development shall not discharge stormwater to contiguous tracts of land in a quantity and rate, measured in cubic feet per second, that exceeds the discharge of water from the tract in its natural undeveloped state. The quantity of natural and developed discharge shall be determined utilizing natural and developed parameters for a one- , two- , ten- , twenty-five- , fifty- and one-hundred-year, twenty-four-hour frequency storm design. The excess stormwater shall be suitably detained and discharged by an acceptable stormwater management facility at a controlled rate not to exceed the natural discharge rate for each respective frequency storm design; excepting that a twenty-five-year design storm shall be restricted to no more than the ten-year natural discharge rate. The stormwater management facility shall provide for the control of a water quality design storm of a one-year frequency Soil Conservation Service Type III twenty-four-hour storm or a one-and-one-fourth-inch two-hour rainfall as required by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the Borough Engineer.
(10) 
A plan which depicts all on-site watershed divides and the appropriate drainage areas to the proposed or existing collection system shall be superimposed on the plat.
(11) 
A minimum of one soil boring per detention facility, a minimum depth of 10 feet below the finished basin bottom, shall be made and results submitted, indicating the different soil horizons and depth to seasonal high water, if encountered.
K. 
Utilities. A preliminary utilities plan at the same scale as the site plan indicating:
(1) 
The location of existing utility installations on or within 200 feet of the subject tract, depicting but not limited to water supply, sanitary sewerage, gas and oil transmission lines and buried or high-tension electric power lines.
(2) 
Plans of the proposed utilities and improvements, including sewer, water, gas, telephone, cable television and electric, showing their connections and any proposed extensions of services off-tract and detailed connections and cross sections.
(3) 
Percolation test results or other acceptable testing forms in accordance with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and Camden County Board of Health regulations, if septic systems are proposed.
L. 
Landscaping and lighting. A landscaping and lighting plan, drawn at the same scale as the site plan, indicating the location of woodland and individual trees to be retained and the landscaping proposed by botanical name, common name and size at time of planting. Details on the planting and staking of plant material shall be shown. Notes on the method of planting shall be provided, including but not limited to ground preparation, watering schedule and guaranty of replacement for failure to thrive. The location of lighting shall be shown, indicating at ground level the isolux footcandle contours from the proposed lamps, the type of lighting proposed, mounting height and the wattage. Details of the lighting fixture, lighting pole and method of anchoring shall be shown.
M. 
Environmental impact statement (EIS). An EIS shall be provided in accordance with Chapter 154, Environmental Impact Statements, of the Code of the Borough of Gibbsboro.
N. 
Soil erosion. A soil erosion and sediment control plan conforming to the requirements of the Camden County Soil Conservation Service, drawn at the same scale as the site plan, including details of control structures.
O. 
Signage. The location of any existing or proposed signs, traffic control signs and directional signs, shall be shown, including the dimensions and details of the proposed signs, drawn to scale.
P. 
Solid waste management. A solid waste management plan which depicts the method of trash and garbage disposal, including central collection points, enclosure of such collection points and their screening from public view.
Q. 
Operations. A narrative of the proposed operations of the building or buildings, including the number of employees for nonresidential uses, the proposed number of shifts to be manned and the maximum number of employees on any one shift, the expected method of delivery of materials and removal of products, possible safety hazards relating to such materials and products and the anticipated plans for expansion taking into account noise, glare, vibration, heat and emissions into the air, land and water.
R. 
Architectural plans. Preliminary architectural plans depicting side, front and rear elevations of buildings, drawn to scale and dimensioned, and preliminary floor plans depicting the general layout of the interior sufficient to determine conformance to the site plan.
S. 
Traffic impact report. For developments of 50,000 gross square feet or 50 dwelling units or more, a traffic report containing calculations of the number of motor vehicles expected to enter or leave the site for the average peak hour, both in the morning and the evening, the average daily traffic on an annualized basis, an evaluation of the ability of the internal circulation plan to effectively manage traffic, the ability of the points of ingress and egress to the site to provide access in a safe and efficient manner, the effect of the entire development on the level of service both on the collector roads and adjacent intersections and any proposed mitigation of the negative consequences imposed by the development of the tract. The Board shall reserve the right to require a traffic report for developments of less than 50,000 gross square feet or 50 dwelling units abutting roads with capacity constraints or which directly lead to intersections with more than 30 seconds of average peak hour delay.
T. 
Fiscal impact report. For developments of 50 dwelling units or more, a fiscal impact report indicating the revenues anticipated to be generated from the development of the tract and the cost to the municipal government and school board of providing services to the development.
Final plans shall be in substantial conformance with approved preliminary plans. In addition to the requirements of § 324-24 of this article, the following information shall be submitted:
A. 
A signature block for the Chair, Secretary, Borough Engineer and Borough Planner to signify approval of the plan.
B. 
Acreage of the entire tract to the nearest 10th acre.
C. 
The location, height and size of any existing and proposed buildings and structures and their dimensioned setbacks. The required yard areas shall be shown with a dotted line from all property boundaries.
D. 
Plans and typical cross sections, center-line profiles, dimensions and grades for the existing and proposed drives, entranceways, parking areas, loading or unloading areas and abutting streets shall be shown and shall also include curbing, sidewalks, storm drains and drainage structures, and including details of the same. Sight triangles and the radii of curbline shall be shown on the plan.
E. 
Parking schedule. A parking schedule indicating the required and proposed number of parking spaces, including those designated for handicapped use; size of parking spaces; drive aisles; fire zones; and loading and unloading zones.
F. 
Phasing plan. A plan depicting the relationship of the proposed stage or stages of the development and the remaining stages.
G. 
Development suitability. A development suitability map at the same scale as the plat indicating slope; rock outcroppings; wetlands; soils; floodplains; watercourses and natural drainage; vegetation, including the location, nature and extent of wooded areas and specimen trees; the depth to seasonal high water; and the cultural and historic characteristics on the tract and within 200 feet of the property's boundaries, overlaid to depict the constraints for development on the tract.
H. 
Properties. The depiction of all property lines within 200 feet of the subject tract and indicating the owners of the other parcels, according to the most recent property tax records, in their correct relationship to the subject tract.
I. 
Grading. A map indicating the existing and proposed contour intervals based on United States Geological Service datum on and within 200 feet of the subject tract. One-foot contour intervals shall be used in areas of five-percent grade or less and two-foot contour intervals may be used for grades in excess of 5%. Spot and finished elevations shall be shown for all property corners, the corners of all structures, including dwellings, and the existing or proposed first floor elevations.
J. 
Stormwater management. A final stormwater management plan drawn at the same scale as the site plan showing:
(1) 
Any existing and proposed watercourse, including water elevation levels.
(2) 
Cross sections of watercourses and/or drainage swales at an approximate scale showing the extent of floodplain, top-of-bank, normal water level and bottom elevations at the following locations:
(a) 
At any point where a watercourse crosses a boundary of the tract.
(b) 
At intervals of 50 feet for a distance of 500 feet upstream and downstream of any existing or proposed culvert and bridge within the subdivision and within 1,000 feet downstream of any development.
(c) 
At intervals of 50 feet up to 500 feet upstream and downstream of any point of juncture of two or more watercourses within 1,000 feet of the development.
(d) 
At a maximum of intervals of 500 feet, but not less than two such cross sections, along each watercourse within 1,000 feet of the development.
(3) 
The boundaries of the floodplains of all watercourses on or within 200 feet of the tract.
(4) 
The total acreage in the drainage basins of any watercourse running through, on or within 200 feet of the subject tract.
(5) 
The total acreage in the drainage basins to the nearest downstream drainage structure and the acreage in the development which drains to such structure.
(6) 
The location and extent of drainage easements, conservation districts and stream encroachment lines.
(7) 
All existing and proposed stormwater sewerage on or within 200 feet of the subject tract, showing the size and profile of the lines, direction of flow and the location of all inlets, manholes, culverts, headwalls or other drainage structures and typical details of the same.
(8) 
The location and extent of any proposed dry wells, detention or retention basins or other water and soil conservation facilities.
(9) 
Drainage calculations and other data indicating that the proposed development shall not discharge stormwater to contiguous tracts of land in a quantity and rate, measured in cubic feet per second, that exceeds the discharge of water from the tract in its natural undeveloped state. The quantity of natural and developed discharge shall be determined utilizing natural and developed parameters for a one- , two- , ten- , twenty-five- , fifty- and one-hundred-year, twenty-four-hour frequency storm design. The excess stormwater shall be suitably detained and discharged by an acceptable stormwater management facility at a controlled rate not to exceed the natural discharge rate for each respective frequency storm design; excepting that a twenty-five-year design storm shall be restricted to no more than the ten-year natural discharge rate. The stormwater management facility shall provide for the control of a water quality design storm of a one-year frequency Soil Conservation Service Type III twenty-four-hour storm or a one-and-one-fourth-inch two-hour rainfall as required by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the Borough Engineer.
(10) 
A plan which depicts all on-site watershed divides and the appropriate drainage areas to the proposed or existing collection system shall be superimposed on the plat.
K. 
Utilities. A final utilities plan at the same scale as the site plan indicating:
(1) 
The location of existing utility installations on or within 200 feet of the subject tract, depicting but not limited to water supply, sanitary sewerage, gas and oil transmission lines and buried or high-tension electric power lines.
(2) 
Plans of the proposed utilities and improvements, including sewer, water, gas, telephone, cable television and electric, showing their connections and any proposed extensions of services off-tract and detailed connections and cross sections.
(3) 
Percolation test results or other acceptable testing forms in accordance with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and Camden County Board of Health regulations, if septic systems are proposed.
L. 
Landscaping and lighting. A landscaping and lighting plan, drawn at the same scale as the site plan, indicating the location of woodland and individual trees to be retained and the landscaping proposed by botanical name, common name and size at time of planting. Details on the planting and staking of plant material shall be shown. Notes on the method of planting shall be provided, including but not limited to ground preparation, watering schedule and guaranty of replacement for failure to thrive. The location of lighting shall be shown, indicating at ground level the isolux footcandle contours from the proposed lamps, the type of lighting proposed, mounting height and the wattage. Details of the lighting fixture, lighting pole and method of anchoring shall be shown.
M. 
Soil erosion. A soil erosion and sediment control plan conforming to the requirements of the Camden County Soil Conservation Service, drawn at the same scale as the site plan, including details of control structures.
N. 
Signage. The location of any existing or proposed signs, traffic control signs and directional signs shall be shown, including the dimensions and details of the proposed signs, drawn to scale.
O. 
Solid waste management. A solid waste management plan which depicts the method of trash and garbage disposal, including central collection points, enclosure of such collection points and their screening from public view.
P. 
Architectural plans. Preliminary architectural plans depicting side, front and rear elevations of buildings, drawn to scale and dimensioned, and preliminary floor plans depicting the general layout of the interior sufficient to determine conformance to the site plan if the location of entranceways and/or loading and unloading areas has changed from the preliminary plan approval.
Where the applicant can clearly demonstrate that, because of peculiar or special conditions pertaining to the subject land or proposed use, the literal enforcement of one or more of the provisions of this article would prove impractical or shall exact an undue hardship, the Board may grant such relief, taking into consideration the goals and objectives of this chapter, from the standards of this article.