COUNTY OF ALBEMARLE
AGENDA TITLE: SDP 06-046 Glenoaks – Rural Preservation Development and Preliminary Subdivision Requests
SUBJECT/PROPOSAL/REQUEST: Request for preliminary plat approval to create a total of 30 lots - 19 lots (18 development lots and one (1) preservation lot) as a Rural Preservation Development, as well as 11 lots (5 approximately two (2) acres in size and 6 approximately 21 acres in size) through a by-right division.
David Pennock, Allan Shuck, Scott Clark, David Swales
AGENDA DATE: May 30, 2006
CONSENT AGENDA: No
REVIEWED BY: WDF
PROPERTY OWNER: Glenmore Associates Limited Partnership
APPLICANT: KG Associates
BACKGROUND: This property is located in the Scottsville Magisterial District at the terminus of Running Deer Road [Rte. 808], approximately 1.14 miles from its intersection with Route 250(Attachment A). The property is zoned RA, Rural Areas and is approximately 441 acres. An application is under review for preliminary subdivision plat approval to create 19 lots (18 development lots and one (1) preservation lot) as a Rural Preservation Development on 305 acres, as well as 11 lots (5 approximately two (2) acres in size and 6 approximately 21 acres in size) through a by-right division on 136 acres(Attachment B).
Generally staff finds that the request, based on the plan as shown, is consistent with the criteria of Section 10.3.3 for granting approval of the Rural Preservation Development. Therefore, staff is able to recommend to the Commission approval of the preliminary subdivision plat for the 19 lot Rural Preservation Development within the proposed Glenoaks Subdivision. In addition, the Site Review Committee has reviewed the proposal for the by-right 11 lot subdivision. Staff recommends approval of the preliminary subdivision plat for the by-right portion of the proposed Glenoaks Subdivision.
Staff recommends the following conditions for both plats:
1. Engineering has reviewed the conceptual stormwater management plan proposed for this subdivision. The following items need to be adequately addressed with the SWM plan: [14-302A13, 14-305]
(a) The proposed stream buffers need to be 100’ on each side of the stream, not 50’ as shown on the conceptual SWM plan.
(b) The pipe outfalls for the road drainage need to provide SWM detention for the 2-year storms and address MS-19 concerns at each location to protect the proposed stream buffers.
(c) The steam buffer locations will be shown outside of the limits of disturbance.
2. Road name approval by E-911 review for all proposed roads.
3. VDOT approval for all public roads and entrances.
4. Development of a groundwater plan, in accordance with Chapter 17, Article IV.
5. Health Department approval for all drainfields.
6. Public Recreational Facilities Authority acceptance of easement for preservation lot.
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