PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION AGENDA COMMUNICATION
|AGENDA DATE:||November 2, 2021|
Consider a Request for a Preliminary Plat for Reserve at Watters, Being Approximately 34.235 Acres in the Francis Dosser Survey, Abstract No. 280; Generally Located at the Northwestern Corner of the Intersection of Watters Road and Stacy Road. (PL-Pre-100821-0004) [Reserve at Watters]
|PREVIOUS COMMISSION/COUNCIL ACTION:|
Planned Development No. 43 - Approved December, 1986
Planned Development No. 146 - Approved September, 2021
|ANTICIPATED COUNCIL DATE:||None.|
The property is located on the northwestern corner of the intersection of Watters Road and Stacy Road. The properties to the north are zoned Planned Development No. 39 with a base zoning of Single-Family Residential (R-3). The properties to the east (across Watters Road) are zoned Planned Development No. 92 with base zonings of Single-Family Residential (R-7) and Shopping Center (SC). The properties to the south (across Stacy Road) are zoned Planned Development No. 86 with a base zoning of Single-Family Residential (R-5). The properties to the west are zoned Planned Development No. 72 with a base zoning of Single-Family Residential (R-3).
In September 2021, City Council adopted a Planned Development to establish design standards for a single-family community called The Reserve at Watters. A Preliminary Plat is the next step in the development process.
The subject Preliminary Plat shows approximately 34.235 acres of land subdivided into 124 detached single-family lots and 8 HOA lots. There are two primary access points into the development--one on Watters Road and one on Stacy Road. There are two existing access points from the subdivision to the north to which this development will extend pavement and connect. The preliminary plat also shows various easements and right-of-way dedication required for the development of the property.
The Preliminary Plat has been reviewed by the Technical Review Committee, is generally consistent with the Concept Plan, and meets the requirements of the Allen Land Development Code.
Staff recommends approval.
I move to approve the Preliminary Plat for Reserve at Watters, as presented.