Lot area and dimensions shall conform to the requirements of the applicable district of the Zoning Code.
(A) The lot arrangement and design shall be such that all lots will provide satisfactory and desirable building sites, properly related to topography and the character of surrounding development. (See Figures One and Two)
(B) All side lines of lots shall be at right angles to straight street right‑of‑way lines and radial to curved street right‑of‑way lines, except where a variation of this rule will provide a better street and lot design.
(C) All remnants of lots below minimum lot area size left over after subdividing a larger tract shall be added to adjacent lots, rather than allowing to remain as unusable land.
(D) Lots which cannot be served by either a public or private sanitary sewer or a public water system, shall comply with the applicable provisions of the County Zoning Code.
(E) Lots with double frontage should be avoided where possible. Corner lots and lots with double frontage shall have extra dimension sufficient to permit the establishment of front building or setback lines on the adjoining streets.
(F) The subdividing of the land shall be such as to provide drainage away from building locations.
(G) In the subdividing of any land, due regard shall be shown for all natural features, such as tree growth, wetlands, steep slopes, water courses, historic spots, or similar conditions, and plans adjusted to preserve those which will add attractiveness, safety and stability to the proposed development. (See Figures One and Two)