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special use permit is a US term, which allows a specific exception
to the zoning regulations from a list of acceptable exceptions for
a particular parcel of land in a district of a particular zoning
character. The local zoning authority reviews and grants special
use permits. Land use is governed by a set of regulations generally
known as ordinances or municipal codes, which are authorized by the
state's zoning enabling law. Within an ordinance is a list of land
use designations commonly known as zoning. Each different type of
zone has its own set of allowed uses. These are known as by-right
uses. Then there is an extra set of uses known as special uses. To
build a use that is listed as a special use, a special use permit
(or conditional use permit) must be obtained.
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