§ 131-29 - Factors for determining suitability of land.

§ 131-29 - Factors for determining suitability of land.

According to the provisions of RSA 674:36-II(i), each lot shall include sufficient contiguous land to meet the minimum lot size requirements prescribed in the Town of Conway Zoning Ordinance (§147) in order to assure that each lot has additional area as may be needed for on-site development, such as driveways, buildings, landscaping, grading, septic facilities, alternate septic facilities, drainage and other alterations or changes of land use. Each lot shall also comply with NEW HAMPSHIRE CODE OF ADMINISTRATIVE RULES CHAPTER Env-Wq 1000.

  1. The subdivider shall submit a map identifying the specific soil types present on each proposed lot. The soil map shall also show the portions of each soil type that have a slope of zero percent (0%) to three percent (3%), three percent (3%) to eight percent (8%), eight percent (8%) to fifteen percent (15%), fifteen percent (15%) to twenty-five percent (25%), twenty-five percent (25%) to thirty-five percent (35%) and over thirty-five percent (35%). The soil types shown shall conform to the Soil Survey of Carroll County or as found by an on-site inspection by a soil scientist. The slope shall be determined by a field survey or by controlled aerial photogrammetry provided by a licensed land surveyor or professional engineer.
  2. Wetland, floodplain and land with slopes greater than twenty-five percent (25%) may not be used to fulfill part of the minimum lot size, except that floodplain land in the area around Pequawket Pond between the one-hundred-year and the ten-year flood level [four hundred sixty-four and six-tenths (464.6) feet to four hundred sixty-one and five-tenths (461.5) feet], provided that it is serviced by precinct water and sewerage.
Factors for determining suitability of land.

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131-29