WEDDINGTON, N.C. – The Planning Board of the Town of Weddington met on Monday, June 22; voting to approve several minor subdivision requests, and recommending final approval for the major subdivision of properties within the Harlow’s Crossing community.
Lochaven Road Subdivision
An application for the minor subdivision of property, located on Lochaven Road, was met with unanimous approval by the planning board on Monday. The property, zoned R40 residential, contains a total of 2.746 acres. The subdivision will result in two lots of approximately 1.232 and 1.445 acres.
Woodford Chase Subdivision
A subdivision application, for property located near Highway 84 and Lester Davis Road, was approved unanimously, following deliberation regarding traffic concerns, due to the property’s proximity to Weddington Optimist Park. The property, previously approved for a 9-lot subdivision, contains 13.32 acres, and falls within the Residential Conservation District. The resultant lots will contain 6.798, 2.208 and 2.032 acres.
Aero Plantation Subdivision
A subdivision request for 27.47 acres, located on Skytop Road, in the Aero Plantation community, was met with unanimous approval, following a presentation by a representative of the applicant party. The property, zoned R80 residential, will be divided into lots of 8.16, 6.03 and 6.98 acres.
Twelve Mile Creek Subdivision
The subdivision of 7.792 acres, on Twelve Mile Creek Road, was approved unanimously, following discussion of the need for sewer access to the property. The resultant lots will contain one property of 2.598 acres, and two properties of 2.597 acres each.
Harlow’s Crossing Subdivision
M/I Homes applied Monday, to enter phase two of final approval for a 29 lot subdivision within Harlow’s Crossing, near Highway 84 and Beulah Church Road. The board unanimously recommended approval, following the discussion of related approvals in the development of Harlow’s Crossing. The 29 lots discussed in the application will result in a total of 71 lots, on 117.64 acres.
Closing comments from Lisa Thompson, town administrator, focused on bringing sewer access to properties near town hall.