The Hampstead Board of Zoning Appeals affirmed the town Planning and Zoning Commission's approval of the Oakmont Green Retail Center, Hampstead Town Attorney Richard C. Murray said Thursday.
At a Tuesday meeting, the board "said Ordinance 230 was valid," Mr. Murray said.
Ordinance 230 is the rewrite of the town's zoning code. The council adopted the ordinance in January.
Before Ordinance 230 was adopted, the town's Board of Zoning Appeals had said construction of the Oakmont Green Retail Center could not proceed because its storm water management pond did not meet the existing code's requirements.