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File #: 21-0150CVP    Name: 380 Commons at Headington Heights Addition
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
In control: Planning & Zoning Commission
On agenda: 10/12/2021 Final action: 10/12/2021
Title: Consider/Discuss/Act on a Conveyance Plat for 380 Commons at Headington Heights Addition, Lots 6A, 6B, and 6C, Block A, Located Approximately 516 Feet South of U.S. Highway 380 (University Drive) on the West Side of North Hardin Boulevard
Attachments: 1. Location Map and Aerial Exhibit, 2. Letter of Intent, 3. Proposed Conveyance Plat, 4. Conditions of Approval Summary
Title
Consider/Discuss/Act on a Conveyance Plat for 380 Commons at Headington Heights Addition, Lots 6A, 6B, and 6C, Block A, Located Approximately 516 Feet South of U.S. Highway 380 (University Drive) on the West Side of North Hardin Boulevard

Summary

COUNCIL GOAL: Direction for Strategic and Economic Growth
(1C: Provide a strong city economy by facilitating a balance
between industrial, commercial, residential, and open space)

MEETING DATE: October 12, 2021

DEPARTMENT: Development Services, Planning Department

CONTACT: Sofia Sierra, Planner I
Caitlyn Strickland, Planning Manager
Jennifer Arnold, AICP, Director of Planning


STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of the proposed conveyance plat with the following conditions:

1. The items currently marked as "not met" on the attached Conditions of Approval Summary be satisfied prior to issuing final approval and/or filing of the plat for record.

In order to receive final approval of the plat, the applicant has the opportunity to make one resubmittal which corrects the items currently not in conformance.

ITEM SUMMARY: The applicant is proposing to subdivide one lot into 3 lots, Lot 6A (approximately 8.24 acres), Lot 6B (approximately 0.75 acres), and Lot 6C (approximately 0.56 acres).

The approval of the conveyance plat authorizes the recordation and conveyance of the parcel(s) created thereon, but does not authorize any type of development on the property. The applicant and future owner(s) of the property remain obligated to comply with all provisions of the Subdivision Ordinance upon future development of the property including, but not limited to, all platting requirements, required public improvements, utility extensions, street improvements, right-of-way and easement dedications, and all other applicable requirements of the Subdivision Ordinance. The submission and approval of a conveyance plat does not vest...

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