Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Bookmark and Share
File #: 19-0443    Version: 1 Name: Resolution 2019-40, development plan Southbrooke
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 4/18/2019 In control: Board of Mayor & Aldermen
On agenda: 11/12/2019 Final action: 11/12/2019
Title: PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration Of Resolution 2019-40, As Amended: "A Resolution Approving A Development Plan For Southbrooke PUD Subdivision, For Several Properties Located East And West Of Lewisburg Pike And North And South Of The Intersection At Stream Valley Boulevard." (FMPC 6/27/19, 7-2; WS 7/9/19; BOMA 8/13/19 deferred to 11/12/19) (REQUEST TO WITHDRAW BY APPLICANT)
Sponsors: Ald. Ann Petersen, Emily Hunter, Amy Diaz-Barriga
Attachments: 1. RES 2019-40 Southbrooke PUD Subdivision_Annex Property_with Exhibits.Law Approved 3, 2. MAP RES 2019-40 ORD 2019-13 SOUTHBROOKE PUD, 3. Conditions of Approval as Amended per FMPC, 4. Southbrooke rendering Aerial View (002), 5. Southbrooke layout overall, 6. Southbrooke layout by section, 7. Southbrooke architecture, 8. Southbrooke full submittal package, 9. Southbrooke email from applicant 062519, 10. Southbrooke Memo 6 25 2019, 11. Southbrooke Ground Level (003), 12. Southbrooke rendering Aerial View (002), 13. Southbrooke PUD Reduced.pdf

DATE: June 19, 2019

TO: Franklin Municipal Planning Commission

FROM: Amy Diaz-Barriga, Current Planning Supervisor
Emily Hunter, Director of Planning and Sustainability

Subject

title
PUBLIC HEARING: Consideration Of Resolution 2019-40, As Amended: "A Resolution Approving A Development Plan For Southbrooke PUD Subdivision, For Several Properties Located East And West Of Lewisburg Pike And North And South Of The Intersection At Stream Valley Boulevard." (FMPC 6/27/19, 7-2; WS 7/9/19; BOMA 8/13/19 deferred to 11/12/19) (REQUEST TO WITHDRAW BY APPLICANT)
body

Project Information
COF Project Number: 6975
Applicant: Greg Gamble, Gamble Design Collaborative
Owner: Florence McKeithan, Dwight Stacey, Marvin Pratt, and Hill Tennessee, LLC

Background/Staff Comments
Envision Franklin places the majority of these properties into the Conservation Subdivision Design Concept.

"Conservation Subdivision supports primarily single-family residential development that clusters lots and infrastructure and sets aside a substantial amount of property as permanently protected open space in its natural state. New development should preserve a minimum of 50 percent open space, strategically targeted toward scenic vistas, greenways, pastures, trails, woodlands, or other uses that maintain scenic character, protect habitat value, and contribute to the quality of life for residents."

Envision Franklin places the northeastern-most property in the Single-Family Design Concept.

"Single-Family Residential consists of single-family residential neighborhoods, which provide a range of single-family dwelling and lot sizes. New developments should transition from the existing development patterns in the adjacent neighborhoods."

Both Design Concepts have similar recommendations to lot size and layout.

"Lots on the periphery of developments should be sized to be consistent with the existing lots of adjacent neighborhoods. Buildings and their main entrances should be oriente...

Click here for full text