Redevelopment plans are governed by the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law at N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-7a and consist of six basic categories. First, subsection (1) of the aforesaid statutory section requires redevelopment plans to discuss the relationship of the redevelopment plan to local objectives, including land uses, density of population, traffic and public transportation, public utilities and recreational and community facilities. Second, under subsection (2), a redevelopment plan must include actual land uses and building requirements for property within the redevelopment area to which the plan applies. Subsections (3) and (4) – if applicable – require municipalities to treat temporary and permanent relocation of persons to be displaced by redevelopment and an identification of the actual proposed takings. This portion of a redevelopment plan should also contain an evaluation of why the taking of such properties are necessary for a particular redevelopment project. Subsection (5) mandates that a redevelopment plan treat the relationship between it and other planning documents, such as the master plans of contiguous municipalities, the county master plan and the State Development and Redevelopment Plan. Finally, under Subsection (6) of N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-7a, a redevelopment plan must contain a description that relates the plan to local law, such as its relationship to local regulations and its consistency with the municipal master plan or its design to effectuate the municipal master plan. However, it should be noted that a municipality may actually adopt a redevelopment plan that is inconsistent with or is not designed to effectuate the municipal master plan, provided that the municipal governing body does so by an affirmative vote of a majority of its full authorized membership and sets forth the reasons for so acting in the redevelopment plan.