Uses of all property within Intelliplex shall comply with the following requirements. These land use
requirements and restrictions shall replace all City of Shelbyville Zoning Ordinance land use requirements for
the property, unless otherwise specified. The provisions of this land uses section may be enforced by the City
of Shelbyville as a part of the Intelliplex Planned Unit Development zoning district. Enforcement shall be
consistent with the provisions established by the City of Shelbyville Zoning Ordinance (as amended from
time to time) for all other City zoning districts.
Land Use Districts
Intelliplex shall be divided into 4 categories of primary land use as described below. Each of these land use areas
shall stand-alone and is not a part of a hierarchy system of uses. For example, the primary uses listed as permitted
in the Neighborhood Services (NS) area are not permitted in the General Business (GB) area unless specifically
noted as such.
1. Neighborhood Services (NS): This area is intended to provide an area of retail establishments, personal
service providers, and professional service providers for use by Intelliplex's tenants, their employees, and
residents of the surrounding area.
2. General Business (GB): This area is intended to accommodate a variety of business uses generally
focused on life-sciences and involving research and development, technology, light manufacturing and
assembly, data processing, and professional offices. The General Business district is further subdivided
into 2 subdistricts as follows:
a. Urban Area: the General Business Urban Area is located adjacent to the Neighborhood Services
Area. Its development standards are intended to create an urban character, providing a transition
between the features of the Neighborhood Services area and the rest of Intelliplex.
Medical Campus (MC): This area is intended to accommodate a variety of health care facilities and
b. Campus Area: The General Business Campus Area has development standards that are intended to
create a business park, campus-like character.
related uses in a campus-like setting.
4. Open Space (OS): This area is intended to provide Intelliplex area residents and employees with a variety
of recreational opportunities. This area will also accommodate buffer landscaping, storm water drainage
features, and other natural elements and common areas in the development.
The attached "Intelliplex Table of Permitted Land Uses" identifies the types of land uses that shall be permitted in
each land use area identified above. Uses that are not listed as permitted in a land use area by this Table shall be
prohibited in that area.
All uses that are typically accessory to the primary uses listed in the attached "Intelliplex Table of Permitted Land
Uses" shall be permitted in association with that primary use. For example, uses permitted as accessories to a
hospital/medical center in the MC area would include but not be limited to a helipad, a water treatment facility, an
incinerator, a power generating plant, a gift shop, a cafeteria, etc. Likewise, a research and development facility
may include a commercial greenhouse, agricultural products storage, food processing, and other similar accessory
uses. The accessory uses permitted for each primary use shall not be limited in number or scale. Permitted
accessory uses shall be those that are commonly associated with the primary uses and/or are integral to the
function and advancement of the medical, research, and life-sciences goals of the development.
All temporary uses which are commonly associated with the primary uses listed in the attached "Intelliplex Table
of Permitted Land Uses" shall be permitted in association with that primary use.
Interpretation and Enforcement.
For the purpose of enforcing these provisions as the Intelliplex Planned Unit Development approval of the City
of Shelbyville, the Shelbyville Plan Commission Director may interpret the attached "Intelliplex Table of
Permitted Land Uses" and determine whether or not questionable and emerging land uses (if such uses are not
specifically listed), accessory land uses, and temporary land uses are permitted in each land use area. All decisions
of the Plan Commission Director shall be appealable to the City of Shelbyville Board of Zoning Appeals
consistent with the provisions of the Indiana Code (IC 36-7-4-918.1 and IC 36-7-4-919) permitting appeal of
decisions made in the administration of zoning regulations.