The applicant is seeking Preliminary Plat approval to divide
±41.4 acres into three (3) lots, two (2) single family
residential lots of ±2.0 and ±2.1 acres and a non-common
open space lot of ±35.3 acres. A future administrative
subdivision will exhaust all subdivision potential on the
property. The parcels will be served by individual wells
In the applicant’s original application, they requested a
waiver of Subdivision Ordinance Section 10-5, which would
result in eliminating the requirement for construction
drawings. This action has not been the practice of the
Planning Commission; however, in some instances a
modification of the Final Construction Plans may be
warranted. Since the original submission, the applicant
withdrew their request to waive the Final Construction
Plans. A copy of the Preliminary Plat is included as
Requested Action of the Board of Supervisors:
is necessary, unless a majority of the Board wishes to
consider this preliminary subdivision application. On
December 7, 2005, the Planning Commission voted to approve
the Colgan Subdivision Preliminary Plat subject to the
conditions noted below:
Final Plat shall be in general conformance with the
Preliminary Plat entitled “Colgan Property” dated July
13, 2005, last revised November 4, 2005 and received in
the Planning Office on November 7, 2005, except as
modified by these conditions. This approval is for a
maximum of three (3) residential lots.
An approved Final Construction Plan is required prior to
filing a Final Plat.
Street trees shall be provided along the entire
length of the street, including the area in front of “Future
Administrative Lot”, which is part of the subject parcel
being divided in this subdivision.
Culverts pipes shall be required, as there is an
The location of the proposed culverts shall be shown
on the Final Construction Plans. Headwater depth
calculations shall be provided as necessary. “Adequate
channels shall be provided in accordance with VESCH
provision MS-19 including downstream of the culverts” shall
The entrances shall have adequate site distance and
receive a Virginia Department of Transportation entrance
permit prior to a building permit being issued.
The relocation of any utilities shall be shown
on the Final Construction Plans.
The Final Construction Plans shall show who is
responsible for the installation of the entrances.
The proposed house sites for Lot 1 and
“Administrative Lot” shall be moved out of the drainageways
and placed on higher ground.