Provides that if House Bill 150 (Zoning/design & aesthetic controls) becomes law, then (1) GS 160A-381(g) (prohibiting zoning and subdivision development and aesthetic regulations as well as regulations adopted pursuant to recommendations made under GS 160A-452(6)c. (a governing development board's recommendation for the adoption of certain regulations that will enhance the appearance of the municipality or its surrounding areas) concerning building design elements from applying to structures subject to North Carolina's Residential Code for One- and Two-Family Dwellings except to the specified structures or situations) and (2) GS 160A-318(h) (concerning private covenants or other contractual agreements among property owners relating to building design elements) are repealed.
Applies only to Biltmore Forest and Montreat.
Bill H 564 (2013-2014)Summary date: Apr 3 2013 - More information
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