New Development Proposed (Site Plan)

The contact team has received the following notification.  We will be requesting more information, and requesting a meeting to go over any concerns.  Please let us know your thoughts as well.  Thank you, Melinda

This message is to let you know that the City of Austin has received an application for a site plan at 8833 RESEARCH BLVD NB, case number: SP-2016-0052C

PROJECT DETAILS:
For project details, including contact information for the Case Manager, click the link below or copy and paste the URL into your web browser:
https://www.austintexas.gov/devreview/b_showpublicpermitfolderdetails.jsp?FolderRSN=11480902

The most detailed case information is often in an attachment found toward the bottom of the page by clicking the ‘View Attachment’ button. The attachment will be a pdf (viewed with Adobe Acrobat Reader) or tif (viewed with Microsoft Office Document Imaging).

WHAT’S HAPPENING?
A site plan is a drawing that shows everything proposed to be developed on the property. It includes the density, height and setbacks, along with drainage, landscaping, sidewalk, parking and construction details of what they want to build. It also shows how the site is proposed to be used.

Site plans are required for new commercial, industrial and multi-family developments. They may also be required for redevelopment if there is a change of use, such as a former retail store being converted to a restaurant.

WHAT COMES NEXT?
A team of Land Use Review staff will review the site plan to ensure that it meets all applicable City codes and ordinances. The review process often includes several rounds of update and review of updated plans.  Most site plans do not require commission approval, and may be approved administratively.  Once the site plan demonstrates compliance with all applicable codes and ordinances, staff is required to approve it.

If the applicant seeks a variance that requires commission approval or if the site plan needs overall approval by a land use commission, there will be a public hearing and you will be notified.

MORE INFORMATION:
You can learn more about the City of Austin’s development process by visiting the Land Use Review website athttp://www.austintexas.gov/department/site-and-subdivision-plans

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City of Austin
Planning and Development Review Department
Land Use Review Division
(512) 974-2680

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