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This is a new tool, like Smart Growth Zoning (40R) in its eligible locations and as-of-right zoning, but it has different residential density and affordability requirements. Participating communities are eligible for preference in discretionary funding and possible Chapter 40B relief. For communities that are interested in maintaining control over land use decisions by planning ahead and getting credit for denser, as-of-right zoning, this tool provides another choice.
There are two specified density thresholds under Compact Neighborhoods which must allow for:
Compact Neighborhoods is explained further in the following document: Compact Neighborhoods Policy (effective November 14, 2012)
Compact Neighborhood Zoning (CNZ) Application
For more information, please contact:
William Reyelt at 617-573-1355, orWilliam.Reyelt@State.MA.US
Elaine Wijnja at 617-573-1360Elaine.Wijnja@State.MA.US