The Santa Fe County Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) Program is outlined in the 2015 Sustainable Growth Management Plan (SGMP) and incorporated into the Sustainable Land Development Code (SLDC) procedures and regulations.
The purpose of the TDR program is to promote the preservation of agriculture, rural open space, and rural character, scenic vistas, natural features, areas of special character or special historic, cultural or aesthetic interest or value, and environmental resources for the benefit of residents of Santa Fe County. The TDR Program is a voluntary, incentive-based, market-driven approach to preserving agricultural land, open space and other critical resources while encouraging development in designated County growth areas. The sale of TDRs allows qualifying landowners to receive financial compensation without having to sell or fully develop their land. Developers in designated areas are able to increase the intensity of a project through acquisition of TDRs in order to put additional dwelling units, height or non-residential square footage in their projects.
|TDR ID||# of TDRs Qualified||# of TDRs Certified||Proposed Price per TDR||# of TDRs Requested**||Contract Info||Date Posted|
Santa Fe County will post qualified and certified TDRs on the TDR exchange at the request of the property owner. Qualified TDRs are a non-binding estimation of TDRs based on property owner application and information submitted to staff. TDRs Certified are actual TDRs that have final approval.
** TDRs requested in the TDR exhange identify the number of TDRs potential buyers are requested to purchase.
For further information on the TDR Program, please contact Planning Manager Robert Griego at 505 986-6215 or email at email@example.com.