The "Special Planned Community Preservation District" (hereinafter referred to as the "Special District"), established in this Resolution, is designed to promote and protect the public interest, general welfare and amenity. These general goals include, among others, the following specific purposes:

(a)        to preserve and protect the Special Districts as superior examples of town planning or large-scale development;

(b)        to preserve and protect the character and integrity of these unique communities which, by their existing site plan, pedestrian and vehicular circulation system, balance between buildings and open space, harmonious scale of the development, related commercial uses, open space arrangement and landscaping add to the quality of urban life;

(c)        to preserve and protect the variety of neighborhoods and communities that presently exist which contribute greatly to the livability of New York City;

(d)        to maintain and protect the environmental quality that the Special District offers to its residents and the City-at-large; and

(e)        to guide development within each of the Special Districts that is consistent with the existing character, quality and amenity of the Special Planned Community Preservation District.