UPDATE (October 7, 2014) --- The property owner has withdrawn application for proposed amendments to the PD-30 development standards effective today. All meetings regarding the proposed amendments have been cancelled.
JSB Properties (Beck), owner of the 26-acre property located at SH 114 and Trophy Club Drive, has submitted proposed amendments to Planned Development 30 (PD-30). As with any request, the Town is obligated to hear the proposal and follow proper procedures in the evaluation and consideration of the requested changes.
The Planning & Zoning Commission (P&Z) will hold a Special Session Workshop on Thursday, October 9, 2014 at 7:00 in the Svore Municipal Building Boardroom (100 Municipal Drive). The P&Z Workshop will allow the Commission to review the proposed amendments, an updated site plan and ask questions of the applicant.
In general, the proposed amendments are:
- Remove Urban Residential multi-family
- Increase number of owner occupied town homes
- Municipal facilities remain an allowed use
- Allow two, 10-story office buildings along SH 114 frontage road, with first two stories serving as parking garages
Public Hearings are tentatively scheduled, and as always the public is encouraged to attend and provide input:
- Planning & Zoning Commission — Wednesday, October 15, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. in the Svore Municipal Building Boardroom
- Town Council — Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. in the Svore Municipal Building Boardroom
The documents below provide further details regarding the proposed amendments, as well as the existing documents for comparison:
- Proposed PD-30 Development Standard Amendments with Redline
- Proposed PD-30 Preliminary Site Plan
- Existing PD-30 Preliminary Site Plan
In January 2012, the Trophy Club Town Council rezoned a 26 acre tract for a Mixed-Use Planned Development (PD-30) located at Trophy Club Drive and Highway 114. The Town Council negotiated the development standards with the property owner over the course of several months and Trophy Club Town Center Development Standards was approved on January 27, 2012.