TeachMeFinance.com - explain cluster zoning
cluster zoning -- a type of zoning in which density is determined for an entire area, rather than on a lot-by-lot basis. Within the cluster zone, the developer has greater flexibility in designing and placing structures so long as the overall density requirement is met. Developments in cluster zoning often incorporate open, common areas with park-like settings.
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