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File #: 18-2613    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Passed
File created: 5/1/2018 In control: Planning
On agenda: 5/21/2018 Final action: 5/21/2018
Title: Vote on a request by Lee Bowman, Project Manager, on behalf of NNP Briar Chapel, LLC for subdivision Final Plat approval of Briar Chapel, Phase 15 South, Section 2, consisting of 39 lots on 6.112 acres located off Boulder Point Drive, parcel #82828.
Attachments: 1. More Information from Planning Department Website
Title
Vote on a request by Lee Bowman, Project Manager, on behalf of NNP Briar Chapel, LLC for subdivision Final Plat approval of Briar Chapel, Phase 15 South, Section 2, consisting of 39 lots on 6.112 acres located off Boulder Point Drive, parcel #82828.
Abstract
Action Requested: Vote on a request by Lee Bowman, Project Manager, on behalf of NNP Briar Chapel, LLC for subdivision Final Plat approval of Briar Chapel, Phase 15 South, Section 2, Consisting of 39 lots on 6.112 acres located off Boulder Point Drive, parcel #82828.
Introduction & Background: Zoning: Conditional Use District / Compact Community
Water System: Public, Chatham County
Sewer System: Private wastewater treatment plant
Subject to 100 year flood: No special flood hazard area in Phase 15 South, Section 2
General Information: Compact Community approved in 2005 for 2,389 dwelling units and commercial uses on 1,589 acres, permit revised in 2012, 2014, & 2017. Current number of dwelling units allowed based on the 2017 CUP amendment is 2,650.
Reviewed: Briar Chapel is reviewed under the pre-2008 Subdivision Regulations. The Board has 60 days to make a recommendation on the request.

Discussion & Analysis:
The request before the Board is for final plat approval of 39 residential lots on 6.112 acres. The preliminary plat for Briar Chapel, Phase 15 South consisting of 141 lots was approved by the Board of Commissioners on July 17, 2017. Final plat for Phase 15 South, Section 1 was approved for 104 lots on December 18, 2017, two additional lots were included in the approval. Under the pre-2008 Subdivision Regulations, a project must have a minimum of 40% of the infrastructure completed prior to submittal of a final plat and the roads must be accessible to emergency vehicles. The final plat is submitted with a request for a financial guarantee for completion of the necessary infrastructure. Per the cost letter submitted by Chris Seamster, PLA, dated March 19, 2018 the improvements are 77% compl...

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