(2) Analyze existing and proposed land use for
2-8. Community land use and
compatibility with installation development and operations.
(3) Include in the Master Plan Report exhibits
Patterns of existing and projected land use in the vicinity
which graphically portray existing and projected land use
of the installation may have a significant impact on future
in the vicinity. The general land use categories to be used
development of the installation. Therefore, existing and
are agricultural, residential, commercial. industrial. public
proposed land use patterns should be identified. Local
and institutional, and vacant. If a more detailed description
land use controls in the vicinity of the installation deter-
is required for built-up areas or areas of unique character.
mine whether development will be compatible with the
additional categories may be used provided they are
installations activities. For agencies whose planning
consistent with the basic categories. For example. specific
activities affect the installation, the status of adopted
public facilities, parks, or commercial areas may be
plans should be determined and the effect of these plans on
designated by name. Existing and proposed land uses may
the installation then should be evaluated
be differentiated by direct notation. (such as "Regional
a. Existing and proposed land use.
Park" versus "Proposed Regional Park") or by use of
(1) Identify any land use plans adopted by adjacent
patterns which are documented in a legend. A typical
local jurisdictions. Determine their effect on local land use
pattern of community land use is shown in figure 2-3.
decisions and indicate the mechanism by which such
plans are enforced