$15 million proposed planned unit development meets criteria in the township master plan, according to the planning board.
That ruling by the planning board, made under a court-mandated review, came last night over objections raised last month by the attorney for an adjacent property owner, the Brown Boveri Corp.
Phillip Paley, who represented Brown Boveri, had challenged the presentation from North Oaks attorney John Hoffman. Paley had attempted to reopen testimony on the application.
Resolutions granting tentative approval for the muiti housing plan came in September 1974 , and last April.
Following the board approval, a group of neighborhood residents sued in an attempt to void the tentative approval. Superior Court Judge Morton I. Greenberg ordered the review, after he ruled the planner failed to issue a finding as to whether the proposed PUD was
criteria in general conformity with the provision of the master plan when they granted tentative approval
Greenberg ordered a hearing on that Compliance to be conducted before Nov. 13. A month before the deadline the board amended its master plan to reflect changes in a land-use plan. In making last night’s ruling, the board reviewed the entire North Oaks presentation.
Prior master plan amendments, which created two planned unit development zones, changed the North Oaks tract from industrial to planned unit development.
Site plan approval was granted last night to Personal Products Co. for construction of a 96,000-square-foot truck-loading blacktop area. The company1 received subdivision approval last month.
Also given , site plan approval was the New Brunswick Pediatrics Group,, five New Bnins-wick pediatricians who will move their practice to a proposed building on How Lane.