- out of character development
- intrusion on your neighborhood by nearby institutions
- noise and light pollution in your house
- traffic and congestion
- loss of urban forest
- loss of space for parks
- higher property taxes on small urban lot sizes
In addition to the Raleigh Planning Department, an extensive effort at coordinating UDO information is available at RaleighUDO.com:
Document links are here:
Current status of the UDO: Phil Poe's Blog
Community SCALE's review of the UDO:
WakeUP Wake County's comments:
Community SCALE of Raleigh
Raleigh's neighborhood-to-neighborhood connector, where residents keep informed of civic activities affecting their community, and neighborhoods share issues directly across the city.
Please join us. Contact us to be added to a mailing list for action alerts and updates. Together we do make a difference.