78-23 Other Accessory Uses
Swimming pools may be authorized by the City Planning Commission as accessory uses even though not located on the same zoning lots as the principal uses to which they are related, provided that:
(a) any such swimming pool is located in a common open space area and as a part of such area meets all the requirements set forth in Section 78-52 (Common Open Space);
(b) the use of such swimming pool is restricted to the residents of the large-scale residential development or portion thereof served by such common open space, and their guests;
(c) the edge of such swimming pool is located not less than 50 feet from any lot line on the periphery of the large-scale residential development, and is suitably screened from other areas on the same or adjacent zoning lots; and
(d) such swimming pool complies in all other respects with the definition of accessory use as set forth in Section 12-10 (DEFINITIONS).
In Staten Island, sewage disposal plants to serve not more than 50 dwelling units may be authorized by the City Planning Commission as accessory uses to be located anywhere within a large-scale residential development without regard for zoning lot lines, provided the Commission finds that:
(a) the sewage disposal plant is located not closer than 100 feet from any residential use;
(b) the large-scale residential development is arranged so as to best serve the active and passive recreation needs of the residential development, protect and serve scenic assets and natural features and provide suitable variations in the siting of buildings;
(c) the sewage disposal plant is adequately landscaped and buffered from all residential uses on the same or adjacent zoning lots; and
(d) the proposal promotes and protects the public health, safety and general welfare.