A. The division of property by binding site plan is limited to the following:
1. Divisions of land into lots with a zoning classification allowing industrial or commercial uses;
2. A division for the purpose of lease when no residential structures other than manufactured/mobile homes or travel trailers are permitted to be placed upon the land, provided the site plan complies with all applicable manufactured/mobile home park regulations and the zoning code;
3. A division made for the purpose of alteration by adjusting boundary lines, between platted or unplatted lots or both, which does not create any additional lot, tract, parcel, site, or division nor create any lot which contains insufficient area and dimension to meet the minimum requirements for lot circle and lot area as determined by the underlying zoning classification; and
4. A division of land subject to Chapters 64.32 and 64.34 RCW as now in effect or hereafter amended so long as the site plan complies with the standards for condominiums under applicable Bothell Municipal Code provisions.
B. Concurrent Applications. When an applicant wishes to utilize the binding site plan process, a binding site plan may be applied for and reviewed concurrent with an application for a general binding site plan.
C. Existing Development. Approved condominium developments, approved mobile home parks, approved final planned unit developments and approved building permits for any of the developments identified within this section which have been approved prior to the effective date of this chapter shall hereafter qualify as an approved general binding site plan. The division or redivision of land for sale or lease qualifying under this subsection may be achieved through either the specific binding site plan, subdivision or, if four or fewer lots, the short subdivision process.
D. Binding Site Plan Runs with the Land. After a general or specific binding site plan is filed with the auditor of the county in which the land lies, all persons, parties, their successors, heirs or assigns, who own, have, or will have by virtue of purchase, inheritance or assignment, any interest in the real property of the subject site or portions thereof, shall be bound by the conditions and inscriptions attending the general/specific binding site plan. (Ord. 2123 § 2 (Exh. B), 2013; Ord. 1815 § 1, 2000; Ord. 1632 § 1, 1996).