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File #: AR DP 19-00281    Version: Name:
Type: Planning Case Status: Withdrawn
File created: 12/5/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 1/28/2020 Final action: 1/28/2020
Title: Postponement of an appeal of City Planning Commission's decision to deny the Newport Heights Planned Unit Development (PUD) Development Plan proposing 49 single-family lots on 10.71 acres with a maximum building height of 30-feet, located north of the intersection of Bridle Pass Drive and Shimmering Moon Way. (Quasi-Judicial) Related Files: CPC PUZ 18-00101, AR DP 19-00281 Presenter: Tasha Brackin, Senior Planner, Planning & Community Development Peter Wysocki, Director Planning and Community Development
Attachments: 1. Figure 1 - Newport Heights PUD DP, 2. 7.3.606 PUD Development Plan, 3. 7.5.502.E Development Plan Review
Related files: CPC PUZ 18-00101


Title
Postponement of an appeal of City Planning Commission's decision to deny the Newport Heights Planned Unit Development (PUD) Development Plan proposing 49 single-family lots on 10.71 acres with a maximum building height of 30-feet, located north of the intersection of Bridle Pass Drive and Shimmering Moon Way.

(Quasi-Judicial)

Related Files: CPC PUZ 18-00101, AR DP 19-00281

Presenter:
Tasha Brackin, Senior Planner, Planning & Community Development
Peter Wysocki, Director Planning and Community Development

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Summary:
Applicant/Owner: Rockwood Homes, LLC
Consultant Representative: Altitude Land Consultants
Location: South and west of the Woodmen Road/Austin Bluffs intersection

The applicant/owner is appealing the City Planning Commission's denial of a rezoning and PUD development plan. The applications involve a zone change for a 10.71 acre parcel with a current zone designation of PUD (Planned Unit Development single-family residential, 2.9 dwelling units per acre, 30-foot maximum building height with Airport Overlay) to PUD with increased density (4.6 dwelling units per acre). The PUD development plan illustrates the proposed layout of the 49 homes. The appeal statement is attached to this memo as FIGURE 1. This appeal was received within the required time period and the reasons for the appeal are stated in the attachment.

Shortly after the appeal was filed, a formal request was made by the applicant/owner to postpone this item to the next appropriate City Council hearing. City Code Section 7.5.906.B.3, Postponement Of Items On Appeal To The City Council, states the following:

As a matter of course, any person may postpone the first scheduled Council hearing or consideration of an appeal from a decision of the Planning Commission, an FBZ Review Board or Historic Preservation Board, made in accord with this subsection, to the next following regular Council meeting. Request for any additional postponement shall be only for good cause s...

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