The fate of the Utah State Prison is still very much up in the air, but if you're looking to redevelop the current prison site you now have a rough list of likely requirements you'll have to meet to be involved.
The list which was discussed Friday afternoon during a meeting of the Prison Relocation and Development Authority (PRADA) includes 37 points and is embedded in a newly-drafted, 23-page "request for proposals." That document outlines the information potential developers would need to provide authorities if they hope to move the prison and redevelop its current site in Draper.
Much of the information would-be developers will need to supply has to do with the impact of their proposed developments. The first point, for example, calls for a "complete narrative" of any proposed development, meaning authorities want information about how it will unfold as well as how it will comply with current Draper ordinance. Developers also will need to supply information on how their projects will impact the state environmentally, economically and even historically, among many other things.